Notice for users
Macintosh users may have a problem if they access any viewer of 'java mode".
They may not go to next page, although they choose a region/locus/node
correctly and then click a button. (The page is simply re-drawn.)
We found that it occures if users use Internet Explorer on Mac OS X. There
are two ways to avoid it.
- Use image mode of each viewer, which is linked the '[image mode]' phrase
at the bottom of the page.
- Use Safari (the default WWW browser of Mac OS X) instead of IE.
In some browsers/platforms, users may be required to type in their
user-names and passwords again when they access to one of the 'java-mode' pages
(Tree viewer, Map viewer, and 'Show prepared divisions' pages) for the first
time. It may be a specification of browsers, so that please type again
(sorry for your inconvenience). Once you re-type your account, it will not
occure again until you quit the browser.
The HVDB use pop-up windows to display retrieved data in many situations.
So that users may have a problem if they set up their browsers to forbid to
open pop-up windows. Please set up your browser to be able to open the pop-ups for HVDB server.