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#1 2015-05-16 09:11:40

Wolfy
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differences between Navigator and eyeIFrame Window

I try to use my oneye, especially for doing oneye related activities, but I have to make these posts using the eyeIframe window because eyeNavigator keeps telling me I got the wrong password. I am not able to login to these forums using eyeNav only EyeIFrames.  Jus thought I would throw that out there.  Does anybody else try to login using eyeNav?


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#2 2015-05-21 11:55:34

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Re: differences between Navigator and eyeIFrame Window

Do you know of the HTML "iframe" element? It creates a browser frame inside an existing page. This is used for eyeIframize and eyeNav. That means both are running your actual browser's engine (e.g. Internet Explorer, Firefox, ...) and is somehow limited. As far as I remember, YouTube blocks its usage in frames - but I'm not sure.

So you might have passed an invalid username or password when using eyeNav, that's all.


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#3 2015-05-21 12:14:30

Wolfy
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Re: differences between Navigator and eyeIFrame Window

From what I understand, the iframe tag is being deprecated, and will soon disappear, to be replaced by style sheets (CSS tags), so it doesn't surprise me that more and more sites will fail to load. I was not talking about youtube. I'm talking about the oneye forums. I can log in using eyeIFramize but not Navigator, and I can open a local page in eyeIFramize but not Navigator. The two apps have different behaviors despite both being iframe tags.

Last edited by Wolfy (2015-05-21 12:15:53)


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#4 2015-05-21 12:55:21

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Re: differences between Navigator and eyeIFrame Window

Iframes are deprecated for the use at websites, but it's absolute removal isn't planned anyhow. Web developers cannot "support" that tag, so it's not that "that more and more sites will fail to load".

eyeIframize and eyeNav use the same technology. Please check your settings. Did you enable some proxy technology via oneye "Browse Plugin" in eyeNav? If not there cannot be any difference!


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#5 2015-05-21 14:46:11

Wolfy
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Re: differences between Navigator and eyeIFrame Window

I used to use flash and frames to build my old website, but had to rewrite the whole thing.  Flash doesn't work on a lot of devices people use these days and I had a problem that websites wouldn't load into the frames on those same devices. Some apps in oneye (like advanced file uploader) will have same problem. I need to try oneye on the wii, the PS3 and cell phone to see if it works at all on those.  I haven't done that yet.

But yes, as advised in the docs, I switched navigator to the proxy.  I guess I need to switch back to normal mode and see if it starts acting like eyeIframize (such as allow me to login here).  Actually, I wish the two apps were more connected, so that I could right click a link and send it from one to the other.


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