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IE7 RC1 released

Discussion in 'Computers, Games, Electronics etc' started by pissedoffsol, Aug 25, 2006.

  1. pissedoffsol

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    You tried it?
     
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    nope. i don't use IE.

    but for those who do, ie7 is much better than ie6, so if i can't convince people to get firefox, at least get ie7
     
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    Cool. Maybe I'll switch Katie- she uses FireFox and IE at the same time, and it just bogs shit down. I need to lock her in to one browser.
     
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    I can't believe my eyes, B. suggessting IE7, have you ever looked at that crap. Man I was at my in-laws and wanted to show my father-in-law something about Dale Jr. and all he's got is IE7 installed, what an ungly POS. not to mention nearly impossible to navigate. I couldn't even locate the "find in this page" option to do a search in a page for some text. It's complete rubbish.
     
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    ALT-F is your friend :)
     
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    it still sucks ass as a UI, and personally i could care less. What I DO care about it, is that Ie fixed a couple CSS-related issues. As a web developer, that means no more hacking for IE6. I could give a shit less what it looks like or how hard it is to use.... you won't find me using it.
     
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