Mr. Fonge - The last time we worked with Panorama (several years ago),
we had some similar problems. As best as I can recall,
I think it had something to do with browser cache.
You might want to check very carefully to see
if there are any old versions of the style sheet on
your server. Also - you may want to clean your
browser cache manually - by deleting the files
via your file listing viewer. If you're using
Panorama as a stand alone viewer,
launched by Netscape, I believe it (Panorama)
has its own cache - which is buried somewhere
obscure in the file structure.
Ex Officio - EAD RoundTable, Society of American Archivists
Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
New Haven, CT 06520
At 03:35 PM 5/16/00 +0000, you wrote:
>Can anyone help?
>We're using Author/Editor to encode our finding aids and Softquad's
>Panorama Publisher 2.0 as our SGML browser, which we use both to view
>our SGML files locally and as our SGML web browser.
>We recently undertook several changes to our document template in A/E.
>This necessitated a variety of cosmetic changes to the general layout in
>Panorama, which were effected via the stylesheet.
>These changes to the stylesheet appear correctly when we view documents
>locally (both in Panorama on our local drive, and when opened as a file in our
>web-browser - Netscape). However, the recent changes to the stylesheet do
>not appear in the documents when these are viewed from our server, despite
>the fact that the new stylesheet has been transferred over to the server. The
>mapping has been checked and appears correct. The right versions are
>located in the right places, and all works perfectly when viewed locally -
>If anyone can advise, or shed any light on our problem, we'd be extremely
>With best wishes,
>Charles R. Fonge
>Assistant Archivist, Modern Records Centre
>University Library, University of Warwick
>Coventry, CV4 7AL
>Tel.: 024 7652 4493
>Fax.: 024 7657 2988
>e-mail: [log in to unmask]