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Re: Re: Mathematica Visualization site - update

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  • Subject: [mg58312] Re: [mg58299] Re: Mathematica Visualization site - update
  • From: Jeff Bryant <jeffb at>
  • Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2005 00:30:46 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <d9lffs$140$> <>
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   I have tested this under IE, Opera, Firefox, and Safari (all current 
versions).  I haven't seen a case where this doesn't work. The effect 
you are referring to is generated by CSS.  Its possible you are using a 
browser that doesn't support CSS properly.

What browser (and version) are you using?


Curt Fischer wrote:

> Jeff Bryant wrote:
>>I have added two more animations to my Mathematica visualization 
>>website.  Both animations are related to the lives of stars.  The first 
>>simulates the proton-proton fusion reaction that fuels most stars.  The 
>>second animation zooms into the core of a massive star showing the 
>>complex structure of concentric fusion shells surrounding the core.
> Have you tested this web page with multiple configurations and browsers? 
>   When I move my cursor over the images, several lines of text pops up, 
> but whatever the text says is totally obscure, because it overlaps with 
> the thumbnail image and the thumbnail caption, and the surrounding images.

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