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ScurvyDawg
 October 27 2004 21:19 PM  
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Yes I have IE available but I almost never use it unless it is absolutely required.



I find FF to be a much better browsing experience.



Not a big deal I know how to use break tags :)



If your using FF the smilies do not show any longer either. I think Mozilla users will see the same as me and have the same issues.



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Blaine
 October 27 2004 21:27 PM  
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Yeh, I disabled the smilies because the editor component has a built-in smilie feature. Also, all of these JS RichText Editors will not support other JS scripts at the same time for the textarea field so I can not use the JS to insert the smilie when clicked if the editor is enabled.

I'm testing this out and Iike the improved useability but recognize non-IE users will be comprimised. I have a number of corporate clients and it is all IE on the desktop. This will make it easier for these users.


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DrShakagee
 October 27 2004 21:51 PM  
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Yes that stupid d key is a bit too close on the laptop. Blaine I am wondering about adding IE only features, as I too work with corporate clients and am more and more finding clients shying away from MS solutions it is interesting that you see otherwise.

Anyways I do diG the new look, and all I diD do was click on a bookmark.

Great work!


 
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Blaine
 October 27 2004 21:56 PM  
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Quote by DrShakagee:  Blaine I am wondering about adding IE only features, as I too work with corporate clients and am more and more finding clients shying away from MS solutions it is interesting that you see otherwise.


For internal Intranet use - IE rules and most clients are not even allowed to install another browser. Thats what I see.


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ScurvyDawg
 October 28 2004 13:39 PM  
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Thats cool it is your site.



I would however appreciate it if you continue to consider cross browser functionality in your released plugins.



I happen to see the exact oppisite of what your saying within our corporate culture. I work a lot with government entities and I can say OSS is making a big push into these sectors.



Open standards are the best to adhear to because then both MS/IE and all other browsers will work the same. Being MS/IE only really is quite limiting.



You're the best.



Cheers

Neal



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