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*Porter, Michael
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How to get Netscape 4.7x to use Whip?

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06-27-2001 07:18 PM
Dean,
I replied to your message, but somehow managed to post it to the
Autocad-Internet ng -- sorry!
Michael

"Dean D." wrote:

>Michael,
>
>As far as I know, yes Netscape is the default browser. Although IE 5.x
>is on both of the machines there. I have been told that IE is just there
>for the required support of Acad.
>What they are telling me, and also what I have seen, is that anytime
>they try access DWF files on the net, Netscape is not "aware" of how to
>deal with the file. Something on the order of "unknown file type" comes
>up.
>Internally, if a DWF file is "dbl-clicked" IE is the browser that opens
>to view it.
>I have looked through the Applications area in the Netscape preferences
>but have not found a way to associate the Whip Viewer. There is no file
>DWF type listed there, although there is a good many AutoCAD files
>listed.
>
>Thanks,
>Dean D.
>

Michael Porter Naval Architect / Boatbuilder
mporter at mp-marine dot com
Antispam -- make the obvious changes
*Porter, Michael
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Re: How to get Netscape 4.7x to use Whip?

06-27-2001 07:29 PM in reply to: *Porter, Michael
Dean,

Two things to try -- after installing Whip, there should be whip.ocx
in the netscape program directory, and npdwf.dll in the plugins
directory. If either of these are missing, something might have gone
wrong with the install.

Another thing to try is using netscape to look at a local .dwf. If
the web server is not configured properly, then one can't view .dwfs
on it with Whip.

Michael


"Dean D." wrote:

>Michael,
>
>As far as I know, yes Netscape is the default browser. Although IE 5.x
>is on both of the machines there. I have been told that IE is just there
>for the required support of Acad.
>What they are telling me, and also what I have seen, is that anytime
>they try access DWF files on the net, Netscape is not "aware" of how to
>deal with the file. Something on the order of "unknown file type" comes
>up.
>Internally, if a DWF file is "dbl-clicked" IE is the browser that opens
>to view it.
>I have looked through the Applications area in the Netscape preferences
>but have not found a way to associate the Whip Viewer. There is no file
>DWF type listed there, although there is a good many AutoCAD files
>listed.
>
>Thanks,
>Dean D.
>

Michael Porter Naval Architect / Boatbuilder
mporter at mp-marine dot com
Antispam -- make the obvious changes
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