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    Div id 'status' in WRT Widgets (Binary output in both N97 and N97 Mini?)

    While testing a WRT Widget using platform services 2.0 on both N97 and N97 Mini
    I found out strange characters get dumped to a div with id 'status' whenever the
    script starts an ajax call, or its oncomplete event gets fired.

    The text is hardly readable (especially since I change the status field all te
    time), but this is what I've seen come by.

    On N97:
    - C:\system\ ...
    - Lots of unreadable block-like chars, probably binary stuff(?)

    On N97 Mini:
    - The name of my internet accesspoint "Telfort Internet" flashing by.
    - Lots of unreadable block-like chars also.

    Is this an issue, or should I just not be using #status?


    Willing to share sourcecode with nokia experts via email if needed.

    - Jasper out.

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    Re: Div id 'status' in WRT Widgets (Binary output in both N97 and N97 Mini?)

    Hello Jasper,

    "Willing to share sourcecode with nokia experts via email if needed."

    Please send it to me at marko.lumivuori@nokia.com

    Thank you!

    Best Regards,
    [FONT="Comic Sans MS"][COLOR="Blue"][/COLOR][I]Marko Lumivuori
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    Re: Div id 'status' in WRT Widgets (Binary output in both N97 and N97 Mini?)

    Quote Originally Posted by Maveric View Post
    Hello Jasper,

    "Willing to share sourcecode with nokia experts via email if needed."

    Please send it to me at marko.lumivuori@nokia.com

    Thank you!

    Best Regards,
    Hi Marko,

    Just a small note is I abandoned the project for the time being, to restart in J2ME.
    Although, after running the application again on my phone (others are still using it),
    I was once again able to see strange characters that do not fit within the encoding
    of the document, especially when finishing ajax calls and at the same time changing
    contents of the view.

    Watch closely when it says: "Submitting Locations", you will see a short flash of
    weird chars afterward.

    Please note that the reason of abandoning is the lack of support for many phones,
    best way to test would be N97 Mini or N97.

    Will send you a clean copy of the unobfuscated sourcefolder within the hour.

    Thanks.

    Jasper

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