I have the same setup as rgautier . ( PB 188.8.131.52/Win 7/J01.7.0_25 ) My setup generates the same non-functioning index.html when viewed with Firefox 26.0. However, it does work in IE 9. Also the same behavior (works in IE9/not in FF26) is seen with an brain exported with version 7.
Special Note: This problem occurs for me when the HTML is viewed on a local drive. On a whim I just took the same exported brain HTML that has problems when viewed in FF26 on the local drive, placed it on my webserver and it works just fine for both browsers. So it appears to be something with how FF accesses the scripting or such locally, that works when accessed via a webserver. Maybe something with how relative file references are handled in FF/Chrome/etc. versus IE ? I could see this still being a problem if you were sharing your brains as HTML to others internal to an organization via a mounted file server versus a webserver,or you wanted to browse it as a local file or use it as a reference on a tablet perhaps.
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