On Saturday, May 21, 2005 3:44 PM [GMT+0100=CET],Rob Freundlich
> I have some servlet-generated tabular data that I need to present, so
> I'm using an HTML Table. In some cases, it can be quite large. I'm
> flushing the servlet output every N lines to push the data to the
> browser as it generates, and I've used "table-layout: fixed" for the
> table's CSS class.
> It works pretty well in Netscape (7.1 and higher) - the table is drawn
> pretty much as the rows are received by the browser. However,
> Internet Explorer 6.0 seems to draw the table at whim rather than as
> the rows are received. Since there may be significant chunks of time
> between whims (or worse, before the first draw), it looks like my app
> isn't responding even though it's really IE that's the holdup.
> that will force the draw, or even sacrificial rituals (yes, I'm
> willing to dance widdershins around Redmond in the light of the full
> moon if that's what it takes!), as long as I can fix the problem for
I should have said, to keep it on-topic for the list, that I'd *prefer* a
CSS hack but will take anything else that anyone can offer (off-list, if
it's not a CSS solution).
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