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hooah212002
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Message 76 of 118 (618252)
06-02-2011 1:33 PM
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06-02-2011 1:22 PM


Re: Shrinking sun, dust moon
Better solution: don't use the worst browser on the market.


"What can be asserted without proof, can be dismissed without proof."-Hitch.

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Message 77 of 118 (618253)
06-02-2011 1:45 PM
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06-02-2011 1:33 PM


Re: Shrinking sun, dust moon
hooah212002 writes:

Better solution: don't use the worst browser on the market.


Firefox: "Have you seen what CSS3 can do?"
Chrome: "Yeah! It's really nice!"
Opera: "I like it a lot!"

Internet Explorer: "What is CSS3?"


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Message 78 of 118 (618255)
06-02-2011 1:47 PM
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06-02-2011 1:45 PM


Re: Shrinking sun, dust moon
More like "What is CSS?"


Anyone so limited that they can only spell a word one way is severely handicapped!

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Message 79 of 118 (618256)
06-02-2011 1:55 PM
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06-02-2011 1:47 PM


Re: Shrinking sun, dust moon
jar writes:

More like "What is CSS?"


Nah.
IE has heard of CSS.

It read about CSS in a magazine once.

Edited by Panda, : No reason given.


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Message 80 of 118 (618259)
06-02-2011 2:05 PM
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06-02-2011 1:45 PM


browsers
Heh, I hadn't heard of CSS (but it did just look it up).

Anyways, I've never really used anything but IE and I've never had a problem or any sense that I'm missing something.

I've used Firefox and Chrome but didn't see much of a difference.

So, can you provide me links to examples of why IE not knowing what CSS3 is would have any effect on my day-to-day browsing?

Also, why is IE so much worse and why haven't I noticed anything?


ABE:

This should be a new topic. I don't know anything about browsers or what makes one better than another.


ABE2: Hid off topic brower discussion stuff.

Started a new topic.

Edited by Catholic Scientist, : No reason given.

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Message 81 of 118 (618261)
06-02-2011 2:10 PM
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06-02-2011 2:05 PM


Re: browsers
Catholic Scientist writes:

Heh, I hadn't heard of CSS (but it did just look it up).

Anyways, I've never really used anything but IE and I've never had a problem or any sense that I'm missing something.

I've used Firefox and Chrome but didn't see much of a difference.

So, can you provide me links to examples of why IE not knowing what CSS3 is would have any effect on my day-to-day browsing?

Also, why is IE so much worse and why haven't I noticed anything?


ABE:

This should be a new topic. I don't know anything about browsers or what makes one better than another.

Because folk like me realize what total crap IE is and so write websites that fallback to the limits of IE.


Anyone so limited that they can only spell a word one way is severely handicapped!

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Message 82 of 118 (618262)
06-02-2011 2:12 PM
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06-02-2011 2:10 PM


Re: browsers
Because folk like me realize what total crap IE is and so write websites that fallback to the limits of IE.

Can you explain this further in the new topic I just started please.

I don't know nuthin about browers....


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Message 83 of 118 (618264)
06-02-2011 2:18 PM
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06-02-2011 2:12 PM


Re: browsers
I had a topic on alternate operating systems, seem like it would go there ok, I would like to learn more on it also., Never mind, I see where you started one, Thanks

Edited by fearandloathing, : No reason given.


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Message 84 of 118 (618272)
06-02-2011 2:39 PM
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06-02-2011 1:33 PM


Re: Shrinking sun, dust moon
hooah writes:

Better solution: don't use the worst browser on the market.


When I said explorer, I meant anything that lets you browse the internet. The point isn't about microsoft internet explorer. I don't care if you use firefox, chrome, or your own internet neural interface. You need to clear out your temporary files and assign more space for it. Or you're going to suffer weird behaviors like what Coyote described.

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hooah212002
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Message 85 of 118 (618279)
06-02-2011 3:12 PM
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06-02-2011 2:39 PM


Re: Shrinking sun, dust moon
Then that makes you the first person I've ever interacted with that refers to web browsers as explorers. Usually, explorer refers to Internet Explorer or Windows Explorer.

I'm just saying, though. I'm not trying to debate anything or argue.

abe: you even said internet explorer so you can see where the confusion comes from.....

Edited by hooah212002, : No reason given.


"What can be asserted without proof, can be dismissed without proof."-Hitch.

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Message 86 of 118 (618281)
06-02-2011 3:16 PM
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06-02-2011 3:12 PM


Re: Shrinking sun, dust moon
hooah writes:

Then that makes you the first person I've ever interacted with that refers to web browsers as explorers. Usually, explorer refers to Internet Explorer or Windows Explorer.


Haha, I'm old fashion like that.

abe: you even said internet explorer so you can see where the confusion comes from.....

I know, my mistake.

Anyway, the point is with any browser you need to clean out your temp files every once in a while and I recommend assigning more space for it. When it's full, weird things will happen.


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Coyote
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Message 87 of 118 (618361)
06-02-2011 9:26 PM
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06-02-2011 1:22 PM


Internet Explorer
Coyote, here is what you need to do. Your assigned temporary space is full. When this happens, you will experience symptoms like what you have been experiencing. You need to go into tools, empty out your temporary files, and give yourself more space for temporary memory.

Other symptoms of this happening is your flash videos not working correctly, your internet explorer taking forever to load anything, etc. Weird things happen when your temporary space is full. People have come to me over the years to ask about the weird behavior of their explorer. My advice of clearing out temporary files and assign more space works 99% of the time when weird things happen with internet explorer.

I use Firefox.

What it is doing now is strange. If I log out I can read the different forums and threads. As soon as I log in I can no longer read them.

Pretty silly, eh?.


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Message 88 of 118 (618362)
06-02-2011 9:28 PM
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06-02-2011 9:26 PM


Re: Internet Explorer
Clear any cookies from that site. Blow them all off if needed.


Anyone so limited that they can only spell a word one way is severely handicapped!

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Message 89 of 118 (618364)
06-02-2011 9:31 PM
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06-02-2011 9:28 PM


Re: Internet Explorer
I deleted the cookie and logged in again.

No change.

But that site is so illiterate I'm not going to even bother.


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Message 90 of 118 (618365)
06-02-2011 9:40 PM
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06-02-2011 9:31 PM


Re: Internet Explorer
Coyote writes:

But that site is so illiterate I'm not going to even bother.


You don't have to use that forum for more than 5 minutes to realise how good this forum is.
(I am referring to both the forum software and the forum content.)

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