I am using RH8 (8.0.2) on XP Pro. and have a table with 475 rows and 3 columns.
All the rows include dropdown text in one cell and the table is sortable (sortable.js) across all 3 columns.
I am using the Jesse Brossard script to use Show/Hide Expanding Text from Mr Grainge's web site (but am not using the arrowright.gif graphic).
Because the table is 'so large' I am getting (in IE8) the message:
Stop running this script?
A script on this page is causing Internet Explorer to run slowly ...
If I click 'No', the script continues running and then repeats the message. The show expanding text is working but I haven't bothered to see how many times I have to click the 'No' button to see ''all'' the expanding text.
My output is WebHelp and I wondered if I have any options to avoid the 'Stop running this script' message?
475 rows , impressive.
I imagine this will give every script that examines the entire page a hard time. The sortable script and the show-hide script are both use a lot of statements, so I imagine a browser becomes slow.
The easiest solution would be to create multiple smaller tables if that's possible. I think that make the table a bit easier to use too.
As for the error message, it seems that you can control that with an IE or windows Setting:
(couldn't find a good XP reference)
The solution will require every user to change their settings, so downsizing the table may be a better solution.
Being able to sort the table was the primary objective.
It's a bit slow, but at least it works OK.
Having a "Display All' button would have been the çherry on top of the cake.