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    cross windows compatibility

    Can anyone refresh my memory on Silk's cross windows compatibility problems? I've been developing in Win 2000 and need to port over to 95/98/ME and NT.
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    Re: cross windows compatibility

    We develop in w2k IE5.5 and IE5.0 and play the script on NT IE5.0 and everthing is cool.

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    Re: cross windows compatibility

    This is a non browser app (at this point) automated on 2000 and hopefully easily migrated to other windows platforms.
    I seem to remember a mention of cross platform (Win2000/NT vs Win95/98) issues.

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    Re: cross windows compatibility

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Jake:
    This is a non browser app (at this point) automated on 2000 and hopefully easily migrated to other windows platforms.
    I seem to remember a mention of cross platform (Win2000/NT vs Win95/98) issues.
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    In our case, there were minimal changes required. I think we had two or three window declarations (out of hundreds) that changed very slightly (tag issues) between Win2000/NT and Win9x/ME. Our smoke tests always seemed to uncover these problems right away, so we could then adjust the declarations based on platform.

    One difference I have noticed is that running automated tests for long periods of time seems to be more stable on the WinNT/2K than Win9x.

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    Matt Gray
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