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    Javascript Slideshow Not Working As Before in IE

    New to the forum so any help you can provide is greatly appreciated. I have been using a Javascript slideshow code for several websites. I create images that are exactly the same size and then the slideshow moves through them with a cross-fade. Cross-fade does not work in FireFox but images still change over nicely, just no fade. In IE, the cross-fade worked beautifully, creating a seamless transition between images.

    Now - I'm guessing within the last 2 months? - these images in IE 'jump'. Instead of a seamless transition, the fade causes the next image in show to come in from upper left of slide show area. So images appear to jump into place rather than slowly transition in.

    Did IE change something in the way it processes Java? This code worked perfectly until recently. I'm not a Java programmer - using this code from another source.
    Here is heart of the transition code:
    var tss;
    var iss;
    var jss = 1;
    var pss = Picture.length-1;

    var preLoad = new Array();
    for (iss = 1; iss < pss+1; iss++){
    preLoad[iss] = new Image();
    preLoad[iss].src = Picture[iss];}

    function runSlideShow(){
    if (document.all){
    document.images.PictureBox.src = preLoad[jss].src;
    if (document.getElementById) document.getElementById("CaptionBox").innerHTML= Caption[jss];
    if (document.all) document.images.PictureBox.filters.blendTrans.Play();
    jss = jss + 1;
    if (jss > (pss)) jss=1;
    tss = setTimeout('runSlideShow()', SlideShowSpeed);

    As I said, I have used this code on several websites & it is the focal point for a nice-looking display. Any input, help or advice is greatly appreciated.

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    This is very old and obsolete code - document.all refers to IE4. Use of document.all anywhere in a script is a clear indication that either the script was originally written for IE4 or the person who wrote the script doesn't know the latest Javascript standards. Visual Filters and Transitions is deprecated as of Windows Internet Explorer 9. You would do best to use a more modern slideshow. Have a look at the many exellent scripts at

    You should be aware that Java and Javascript are entirely different programming languages, in spite of the confusingly similar names. Rather like Austria and Australia!

    All advice is supplied packaged by intellectual weight, and not by volume. Contents may settle slightly in transit.

    All the code given in this post has been tested and is intended to address the question asked.
    Unless stated otherwise it is not just a demonstration.


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