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  • Yves Rigaud
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    http://secunia.com/internet_explorer...spoofing_test/

    It is a real issue or not?

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  • ultranet
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    I hope the new IE got any good features........

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  • Joe Gronlund
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    Yes, you need to turn the menu bar on in tools..

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  • Lats
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    You may need to turn on the menu bar - right-click on the buttons area to turn that on.

    Or, press Ctrl-f

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  • iardon
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    Where's the Edit/Find in IE7?

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  • Joe Page
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    I'm pretty comfortable with FF right now, I may test run it sometime

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  • Lats
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    Originally posted by Zonex View Post
    No, your stuck with this regresssion
    IE6/FF :
    TOP BAR -> Toolbar | Menu | Address Bar & Search from address bar
    2ND BAR -> Links

    IE7:
    TOP BAR -> Foward/Back Button only | Address Bar | Search
    2ND BAR -> Menu
    3RD BAR -> Links
    4TH BAR -> Tabs(ALWAYS ON!!!) | Rest of buttons
    You can move the menu and links bars around.

    You can turn off tabs if you wish.

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  • Joe Gronlund
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    Originally posted by Mike Sullivan View Post
    Thanks Joe, that's very handy.
    No problem

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  • KeithMcL
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    I won't be thinking of using IE7 for at least another year. Too many sites don't work properly in it and I'm sure it'll be a long time before those sites eventually support IE7.

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  • klisis
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    Originally posted by Quillz View Post
    You could always try the IE Tab extension. It lets you use Windows Update and other generally IE-only tasks with Firefox.

    I will try that but those sites I use also require me install 3rd party progranms that communicate directly with IE. So, I am not sure. I will see.

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  • Reeve of Shinra
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    Some good info here about downloading a standalone IE6 for those of you who want to test your sites in all browsers:

    http://www.dslreports.com/forum/remark,17117195

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  • Zonex
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    Originally posted by iardon View Post
    Before I was able to have one toolbar. Anyway I condense it to one with IE7?
    No, your stuck with this regresssion
    IE6/FF :
    TOP BAR -> Toolbar | Menu | Address Bar & Search from address bar
    2ND BAR -> Links

    IE7:
    TOP BAR -> Foward/Back Button only | Address Bar | Search
    2ND BAR -> Menu
    3RD BAR -> Links
    4TH BAR -> Tabs(ALWAYS ON!!!) | Rest of buttons

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  • Quillz
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    Originally posted by klisis View Post
    It's a Korean bank as I am a Korean. They use ... um, what's that called ... you know some applet or scpirt that only runs on IE. I need that to use real-time banking.

    Furthermore, many of entertainment sites in Korea are for IE only. Firefox won't even work at all. I don't know how good firefox is. I am not a programmar. So, I wouldn't know. But no matter how good it is code-wise, if it doesn't display webpages I must use, it's useless.
    You could always try the IE Tab extension. It lets you use Windows Update and other generally IE-only tasks with Firefox.

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  • Shazz™
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    Its working like a charm

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  • iardon
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    Originally posted by Zonex View Post
    Worst toolbar/menu layout I have ever seen.
    Before I was able to have one toolbar. Anyway I condense it to one with IE7?

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