February 21st, 2017

Bindows 4.1.1

Due to changes introduced in Firefox 11 we created a quick update version of Bindows - version 4.1.1

Customers with an active maintenance plan will get the updated retail version directly from us.

The apps on the Bindows site are already updated.

8 Responses to 'Bindows 4.1.1'

  1. 1Codebix.com
    March 23rd, 2012 at 8:32 pm

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  2. 2Adrien
    April 5th, 2012 at 3:00 am

    Are the free gauges concerned by these Firefox 11 changes ?


  3. 3Ran
    April 5th, 2012 at 5:29 am

    The free gauges will be updated to support Firefox 11 in the future.

    We do not have a release date yet.

    Ran - Bindows team


  4. 4Jorge Villalobos
    April 25th, 2012 at 8:09 am

    Hello
    I Have been working with bindows gauges for a couple of weeks and I really like the simplicity for create them, also I have the problem with firefox and I started debugging gauge2.js file and I found the problem line :

    noNativeOuterHTML: typeof HTMLElement != “undefined” && typeof HTMLElement.prototype.outerHTML == “undefined”,

    (The problem is to ask for the property HTMLElement.prototype.outerHTML)

    I just change it for
    noNativeOuterHTML: typeof HTMLElement != “undefined” && false,

    and now it is working fine in firefox 11 and 12

    Thanks!


  5. 5Ran Meriaz
    April 27th, 2012 at 7:05 am

    Hello Jorge,

    The fix is not correct. It might work for a particular case but will break other browsers.

    That fix disables the feature detection, and it will break older FF browsers.

    Sorry.

    Ran - Bindows team


  6. 6Hans
    June 17th, 2012 at 12:12 pm

    How about this fix then ?

    replace

    noNativeOuterHTML: typeof HTMLElement != “undefined” && typeof HTMLElement.prototype.outerHTML == “undefined”,

    with

    noNativeOuterHTML: typeof HTMLElement != “undefined” && !(”outerHTML” in HTMLElement.prototype),


  7. 7Ran
    June 17th, 2012 at 7:25 pm

    Hans,

    The fix is also not correct. It might work for a particular case but will break other browsers.

    That fix disables the feature detection, and it will break older FF browsers.

    In few days we are going to release a retail version of the gauges that is based on the latest Bindows library (and will work fine in FF11,12,13).

    The free gauges package will be updated later on (no release date yet).

    Ran - Bindows team


  8. 8Hans
    June 20th, 2012 at 1:33 am

    strange, from what I understand from the code my fix does exactly the same as the original code. I’ve so far tested in chrome, IE8 and 9, FF 11, 12 and 3.6 and they all seem to work. I’ll try to test some more versions.
    In any case, with the newer FF having this auto update feature I prefer it to work in newer versions instead of trying to support ancient browsers.

    Thank you for a great library which with this fix is usable again in most browsers!


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