Re: Is Netscape Navigator really only for 16-bit color?
I've noticed the same thing about netscape's color problem. I believe it will work in 16 and 32 bit, but 24 and 8 bit produce the black and white anomalies.
Chip Grandits wrote:
> I've installed Netscape Communicator v4.05 on my bo system running Xwindows with the FVWM manager. I don't have any Motif or Motif clones. When I attempt to browse to a page which uses Java, Netscape just crashes immediately and goes away. (No harm to anything else - as far as I can tell). The one thing I turned up from my own research is to ensure that Moz_2.zip is in a particular directory ( I think /usr/local/netscape - whatever it said that's where it is on my system). Does anyone know why it's going down? Do I need some additional Java Support Packages besides that which comes with Netscape? Do I need another archive utility for moz_2.zip. Is there a particular log file I can look at to get more info?
> -Thank You,
> Chip Grandits
> Does anyone know why I have to use 16-bit color depth to have the colors in the Communicator Applications come out right? If I use 24-bit color the Icons and other images that are part of Communicator come out in Black and Gray. (Except for Netscape NetHelp which works fine in 24-bit color)
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