[maemo-users] Javascript inconsistencies in Opera after firmware

From: Tim tim at samoff.com
Date: Mon Mar 26 16:07:04 EEST 2007
I looked around to see if I could re-enable Javascript in Opera, but I
can't find a setting for it anywhere... Would I do this via the
command line? Or, am I just missing something?
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 Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2007 17:00:50 +0300
 From: Marius Gedminas 
 Subject: Re: Javascript inconsistencies in Opera after firmware
 To: maemo-users at maemo.org
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 On Sat, Mar 24, 2007 at 11:04:12AM -0500, Tim wrote:
 > Just wondering if anyone else is experiencing this... Some things,
 > Prototype scripts for one, aren't working for me anymore. My blog
 > (http://tim.samoff.com) worked in Opera before the upgrade, but
now it
 > doesn't. Likewise, some webapps that are dependent on JS for
 > text input boxes correctly are no longer able to.
 I use some Javascript on my blog aggregator.  Opera used to irritate
 because that Javascript would sometimes work and sometimes not work,
 no apparent reason.  I later discovered the reason: Opera
 disables Javascript when the tablet is low on memory, and you have
 go to the settings dialog and reenable it explicitly.
 Have you checked whether you have Javascript enabled?
 Speaking of Javascript, there's one thing I noticed with OS2007.3
 I hadn't noticed with OS2007.2: when reading posts on
 opera eats 100% CPU if javascript is enabled.
 Marius Gedminas
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stops. On
 my desk I have a work station...
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