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Topic # 8929 7-Aug-2006 17:42
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They don't want to display content-type of application/xhtml+xml





it popups up with Save As.





is there some configuration somewhere of what mimetypes go where?

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  Reply # 43466 7-Aug-2006 22:33
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okay,,,. 2 sets of "i hate pocket pc" tantrums later, and i think i have it working.

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  Reply # 43536 8-Aug-2006 13:45

pocket IE wont accept 127.0.0.1 on teh URL either I use minimo instead now




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  Reply # 43537 8-Aug-2006 13:46
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the handset sez it accepts xhtml, but it's lies.

i wrote a new content adapction definition.. (yeah, yeah,,, ) and define all pocket pcs as not really accepting xhtml, so instead they get ugly old html, but with accesskeys added.

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  Reply # 43545 8-Aug-2006 15:01
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the only bit that refers to the response is when i say that if i serve as application/xhtml+xml, then it pops up a saveas dialog.

i know that's what's being served - i'm not relying on server settings, but i'm creating the headers manually (well, in code)



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  Reply # 43551 8-Aug-2006 15:38
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That link looks to talk much on this thing called "HTML", but there's nothing i can find on xhtml or mobile profiles.

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