i hate IE and i hate people that use it

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  1. hsmith

    hsmith Well-Known Member

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    that is all

    fucking dhtml hacks for IE :mad:
     
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    I know of one person that comes to mind... :mamoru: (he really likes raid, btw)
     
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    :rofl:

    but i guess shame on me for not properly testing against IE :hsugh:
     
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    yea, I always test against FF/Opera/MSIE because that addresses most people. I don't have a mac, so no safari testing available to me.

    I stand by my statement that I'd buy a few copies of OSX if they could run on my PC. But, alas, Apple screwed that up :wtc:
     
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    Penguin Man Protect Your Digital Liberties

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    I know a couple people who have made it work. Consensus is it's definitely not worth the trouble.

    On topic: When developing for multiple browsers last summer, I used the IE7 JavaScript library to make IE act almost like a real browser. It works nicely, with only a slight performance hit on IE (which is fine by me since people who use it can go fuck themselves and won't care about performance anyway).
     
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    well, it randomly crashes

    you can be using it for 2 hrs and it may die.

    but i *think* i know what it is, issues with using DOM to create objects with createElement, ect.

    so i am ditching the right way to do it and reverting to innerHTML :greddy:
     
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    i'd love to get a mac :o

    the only way i can test is to run over to the apple store and give a quick run through :o
     
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    I don't have an Apple Store within a few hours :wtc:
     
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    isn't safari based off of Opera? that is what someone told me :o

    if that is the case, if it works on opera, it more than likely will work right on safari
     
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    no. Safari was based on KHTML, which was taken from the GPL KDE Project.
     
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    well i will punch of office mate in the face
     
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    hit him once for me :o
     

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