Yes, I thought to post this on a browser forum. But it always ends up being an error in my JS coding, so...
I search through a list of foods and then use HTML/JS/Frames to display the search results on a page. It works fine with IE and Netscape 4. But with N 7.0 the list truncates if it is too large. I get no error messages.
At first I wondered if there might be a limit to how large a variable can be, but if I insert an alert(variableName.length) it's all there in all three browsers. It just doesn't all display with N 7.0.
For example, the alert might indicate 69,000. With IE and N 4 it all displays on the page; with N 7.0 the alphabetical list just stops in the Cs. With a smaller list, like 28,000, it works well in all three browsers.
You can see it at:
Search for ".. " or period period space. (The two periods add extra data for me to see checking my work; the space finds every item with a space in it which would be every item.)