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Old December 13th, 2003, 08:06 AM
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Well, I think I am pretty close now. I ave tried several things, but it boils down to an integer/floting point numbers issue; at least thats what i think!

If I, just for the sake of the experiment, pass the loop counter instead (integer as an incrementor for the width, it will actually show something in the progress bar, which it didn't before, and I can actually multiply some constant to the integer aswell, however as soon as I use the pctComplete value it will ont show anything!

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I finally solved the problem! The reason for the problem was a conversion issue. In Denmark you usally use a ',' as '.' in floating point numbers, and my own machine is set up with and english notation, and I guess my ISP machine is set up in Danish...! :(

So the advice must be... Be carefull with the conversions due to country specific settings :) !

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Right, I see. Looks good.

Funny, though. I never thought about incorrect JavaScript. I was mostly looking into Caching, Buffering and other weird network issues.

Glad it's solved now.

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