In case of difficulty the program can be started by manually opening "start.exe" in the root directory of the CD. Windows users should right-click the drive and choose "Explore".
1st Posting of download for general testing
Fixed 'fphover' java applet not found
Fixed "File not found" error on contacts page link from TTRAE
Added CD auto-start program
Corrections to TTRAE
New auto-start program works with Windows XP
Configuration guide added
Installation instructions added
Version history added
Downloads moved to new mirror site
Minor text edits to main pages
Add foundation license course to download
Grant permission to certain groups to charge for CD copy
Revision section (TTRAE) redone. This had become corrupted at some time.
Because of the scope of this update, a new CD download file has been released, but there will be no file to enable an upgrade from the previous version.
Many typographical errors corrected
Foundation License Course completely rewritten
Adopt HTML 4.0 Transitional and CSS 1.0 for new pages
Begin the "Projects etc" section
Many typographical errors corrected
Revise and tidy directory and file-naming structures to make future work easier
Purge unused and redundant files
Convert most existing pages to HTML 4.0 Transitional and CSS 1.0
This site has been extensively tested using the following
Operating Systems - Windows NT4,95/98/ME/XP, RedHat Linux 5.1 (with KDE 2.0 desktop), Mac OS 9, FreeBSD 4.3 and BeOS
Hardware - PC's using Intel, AMD and Cyrix processors, Apple iMac, Various laptops.
Browsers - Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, Opera
While the site is workable on all the hardware tested, the myriad of possible configurations precludes fully guaranteeing that it will work on your system. Most problems appear on laptops, where to save disk space, certain system components may have been omitted at installation. The authors regret that support can only be provided for Windows and iMac configurations. Because of the modifiable nature of the BSD and Linux kernels it is almost impossible to exactly replicate a customer's configuration. Be, the makers of BeOS have sold all intellectual properties to Palm Inc. who have announced that development of the operating system and support have ceased, there are however still many third part support sites on the internet. Windows NT users should ensure that they have the latest service pack installed.
This site makes use of several Java applets. This may cause some problems when using machines where Java is not enabled. Below is a guide to enabling Java on the three main browsers in use today.
1. Select 'Internet Options' from the 'Tools' menu at the top of the screen
2. Click the tab marked 'Advanced'
3. Scroll down the list until you reach the section marked 'Java'
4. Ensure that the 'JIT compiler' tag is selected
To use this resource off-line, some Windows PC's may require installation of the Microsoft Virtual Machine (about 4Mb). Users of Windows XP may find that a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) is not available for them from Microsoft. If this is the case, or you want to use a non-Microsoft JVM, click here for a link to Sun Microsystems' Java site
Because of the use of Dynamic HTML some pages may not display correctly when using versions prior to V4.0.
1. Select 'Preferences' from the 'Edit' menu at the top of the screen
2. Select the category 'Advanced'
Click here to visit Netscape's help pages for further support and information
1. Select 'Preferences' from the 'File' menu at the top of the screen
2. Scroll down the list until you reach the section 'Fonts and Colours'
3. Select the sub-section 'Multimedia'
4. Ensure that the 'Enable Java' and 'Enable Plug-ins' options are selected
Click here to visit Opera's website for the latest Java plug-in