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  • #31
    moz1 has tabbed browsing too, ie can have tabbed browsing witht hihs addons omewherew god i'm too tired nn
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    • #32
      Originally posted by XiXora
      moz1 has tabbed browsing too, ie can have tabbed browsing witht hihs addons omewherew god i'm too tired nn
      Yep!

      However, that's not the reason I'm using Mozilla. The reason I'm using it is because you can change its useragent string. I've changed mine to AIM/30.
      :)

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      • #33
        Re: suggestion

        Originally posted by xiphoid
        Please stay on-topic.
        Sorry

        I use IE6 for browsing the web because it's the faster browser on my system and the most confortable to use (for me)
        I must admit that a single windows mode would be very great.

        I use Opera 6.1 to view MM Flash5 anim wich the maker hadn't well coded the Flash plug in detector

        I use IE5 / IE6 / Opera 6.1 / Mozilla 1(now) / Konkeror (sometimes : need to boot the linux machine) for testing all websites i make.

        I really like IE, but i think that any website must be open to all browsers ...

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        • #34
          Re: Re: suggestion

          Originally posted by SteppenWolf

          Sorry
          ..
          I really like IE, but i think that any website must be open to all browsers ...
          Thank you
          I like IE6 too. It is very dynamic and runs everything I want :P And yes, a site should be open to all browsers, but the browsers should also be open for all sites. Opera and Netscape version 4 both seem to dislike www.w3.org recommendations for xhtml 1.0 and html 4.01, obviously.

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          • #35
            true.. true.. If Opera were loaded with the rendering engine IE has (and mozilla) it would be far superior. But remember, IE sucks at displaying alpha-transparent pngs well (without a special script). If Opera would catch up with HTML 4.01, XHTML, CSS, and all other standards, I think it would be the best choice.
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            • #36
              Originally posted by psx-dude
              But remember, IE sucks at displaying alpha-transparent pngs well (without a special script).
              True, but how many sites actually use PNGs, nevermind having alpha-transparent ones?
              :)

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              • #37
                Originally posted by psx-dude
                true.. true.. If Opera were loaded with the rendering engine IE has (and mozilla) it would be far superior. But remember, IE sucks at displaying alpha-transparent pngs well (without a special script). If Opera would catch up with HTML 4.01, XHTML, CSS, and all other standards, I think it would be the best choice.
                psx-dude; read previous post from Jakeman please



                And yes, it would be a very good browser once it catches up. I just hope they do in time.




                Originally posted by eiSecure
                True, but how many sites actually use PNGs, nevermind having alpha-transparent ones?
                I wish more did. They could have saved a lot of download time :P

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                • #38
                  Update

                  Marc Andreessen on Mozilla/Netscape:
                  http://www.infoworld.com/articles/hn...andreessen.xml
                  cu,
                  -Tom
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