presentation was designed using standard Internet Site
building tools. Since it takes advantage of techniques
current Browser Software available. Internet Explorer 4.0
or Netscape 3.0, or higher, are recommended.
and Other Messages
Do the images display as Missing Picture Icons?
Some errors are caused with older (16-bit versions of Netscape for Win95)
versions of the Netscape 3.0 browsers. 16-bit versions will not correctly
read the long file name scheme employed. Updating to the most current
version of Netscape or Internet Explorer is a solution. Both are available
on the Internet for download free-of-charge.
errors can be caused by older versions of CD ROM Drivers.
Again, some Win95 devices used a 16-bit driver, which
does not support long file names. Updating these drivers
is the solution.
Slide show buttons will not advance the Show to the Next
Some of the errors can be corrected by making sure that
not support a critical element. This CD ROM was tested
with Internet Explorer 4.0 and Netscape 4.0 on Win95 and
errors are caused by clicking on the "next" or
"back" button to rapidly. The slide show must
serve a large image from the CD ROM, and rapid clicks
will sometimes appear to do nothing. Slow down (about one
click per second works perfectly).
is a Run-Time Error?
presentation not working properly. Some (we hope not any) may be caused
by programmer error. Others can be generated by low-memory conditions
on the host browser. One solution is to close all unnecessary windows
and restart the presentation.
Part of this presentation involves a computer driven slide show, a sequence
of pictures floating up or down the St. Croix River. At the bottom, buttons
in the footer will control the slide show. The Next and Back Buttons will
move the show forward or backward one slide. Start will reload the slide
show from the beginning. End displays the last image.
on the St. Croix River Crossing Header to return to the