I am told by some PC users that they are not able to get the simulation software to operate properly without changing some settings inside their browser.
One further "gotcha" that may prevent your browser from using my simulations properly is that the simulations rely upon pop-up windows to display advice and outcomes. If your browser is set up to block/prevent pop-up windows, then you will probably have to turn that option/preference off for these simulations to function properly. Safari on the Macintosh is set by default this way. Make sure that "Block Pop-Up Windows" is unchecked in the Safari menubar item.
These simulations have been tested in Internet Explorer for Macintosh, Internet Explorer for PC, and Safari for Macintosh. So it is known that the simulations do work in these browsers if the browser is set up properly. I do appreciate email from people trying to use these simulations and finding that they do work in other browsers on various platforms...or fail in other browser/platform combinations. This feedback is the only way that I can debug and improve on these simulations. Thanks for your help along these lines (email address below)!
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