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While trying to make a new layout for the web site. I have noticed that the "offline" site looks different on different browsers. The 3 I have tested so far are, Internet Explorer, netscape and Opera. Please take time to post on the poll so I can get a better feel of who is using what.
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At home I use Safari, the Mac OS X default web browser.

If at work I use IE.
 

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I'm using Firefox 0.10.1PR, waiting for the full release 1.0 in a few days. No problem viewing any web page that I've noticed.
 

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Al,

Firefox is a seperate program. Interenet Explorer will still be on the machine and you can still use it. You can opt for FireFox to be the default web browser though.

For more information on FireFox, See :

http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/
 

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Firefox 1.0 is my choice. It eliminates the popups & the tab option is excellent. It is also tremendously faster than IE.
 

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Greengoose said:
While trying to make a new layout for the web site. I have noticed that the "offline" site looks different on different browsers. The 3 I have tested so far are, Internet Explorer, netscape and Opera. Please take time to post on the poll so I can get a better feel of who is using what.
Thank you,
-Bryan
Greengoose,
I use internet explorer.

Helix :lol:
 

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I use IE with XP Pro (Service Pack 2) and get pop-up blocking controls right
out of the browser preferences.

If someone wants to get me to replace my browser now, they'll have to build
a feature in to it that would allow global cookies and bookmarks that work
identically across several browsers at home or at work.
Building separate bookmarks and form-fill across multiple browsers is no fun and that's
the primary reason I stay with 'Ol Reliable IE for now.
It's faster than any stabile Mozilla product when loading uncached or cached pages.
The full build of Mozilla, no matter if I used it with Mac OS9 or Ten or XP Windows
would after a few months start to quit on me while browsing after a long session and I would have
to trash & replace it.
I still have the age-old problem of viewing Real Media content and occassionally
experiencing "unexpected quits" from any browser or platform if I juggle too
many balls with simultaneous Java applets and Real and XML all running during
the same session but have learned to expect that.

I have used Opera and it became unstabile after a few weeks of use after I
put necessary plug-ins into it because it didn't come with them.

The Opera website is so typical of "free" browsers that instead try to hook
users up to a donation or feedback like Real Media that leads users into
a maze from "free" links that go on to request $30 bucks and stuff so
I stay away as much as possible.

Safari served me well, as it comes bundled with OSX and is "compatible"
just like IE is with Windows.
The EU's effort to remove IE from Europe versions of Windows misses the point when
the original gripe was about compatibility of other browsers with Windows, not IE's integral presence with Windows.
 

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Firefox....the best browser on the market!!!!
 

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billmeek said:
I use FireFox 1.0 Preview Release under Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Linux Mandrake 10. FireFox is based on Mozilla.

See :

http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/
Oops. The above quote is not quite correct. Firefox is no longer a Preview Release. Version 1.0 was just released today. :wink:
 
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