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From: Doc Searls <doc@searls.com>
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Normally when I first click on the "Edit With Radio" button on my 
blog, the browser connects to /manilaEdit/editStory (as best I 
recall) according to the progress line. (What do you call that line 
in the bottom of browser window itself?)  But sometimes if the 
machine has been on for awhile and I attempt the same thing, Radio 
seems to forget something and attempts to connect to 
(according to the same bar). The connection eventually fails. And the 
only cure is to restart the machine. Restarting the browser and/or 
Radio doesn't do it.

I'm guessing this has something to do with settings, but I have no idea.

That's with my main machine, a G4 PowerBook (Titanium) running System 
9.1.  The browser is IE 5

On my *other* machine, a G4/500 dual processor with a freshly 
installed System 10.1, I have a new OS X install, with 9.2 on a 
second drive (partition). Yesterday I downloaded and went through the 
install routine with Radio, putting it on the 9.2 drive (it didn't 
install in the Applications directory, even though I told it to, but 
I'm not sure that makes a difference).

When I try to Edit With Radio, I get the same thing as I sometimes do 
on the other machine. It looks for, although the Address 
bar shows a full URL, including /manilaEdit/ and so on. The browser 
is IE 5.1 for OS X.

Any help ya'll can give me on either one would be most appreciated.



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