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Update Internet Explorer's look for 10.3
Authored by: half_d on Mar 26, '04 01:47:07PM

It's funny how I, as soon as reading this post, downloaded hexedit, located the mentioned file, sure in a hurry... dazzled by the marvel of those bytes - oh my, well, change the hexes, close the file, fire up IE, look at it; press cmd-Q and that's about all the contact I'll have with IE this year.... hmmm..



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Update Internet Explorer's look for 10.3
Authored by: aranor on Mar 27, '04 12:38:08PM

ditto



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Update Internet Explorer's look for 10.3
Authored by: jhiph on Mar 28, '04 03:13:07AM

I did and taught the same thing. What does that say about us?



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Update Internet Explorer's look for 10.3
Authored by: DanPritchard on Mar 29, '04 04:15:06AM
It says you're one step behind me. ;-) I deleted IE about three months ago after I realized Citibank's site worked fine in Fire{bird|fox}. I didn't need it for anything else, so into the trash it went. I don't think Mac-IE has ever been a decent program.

It's funny...when I bought my first Mac (June last year) I was cringing at the thought of having to use Mac-IE, after having used it in libraries and such. I remember thinking "oh god I hate that crap slow, crashy, ugly-rendering browser." So the only thing I ever really used it for was to download the Safari beta and Firebird, and to access MyCiti.com before I realized Firefox would do it.

But that doesn't mean most people realize how much it sucks. In the computer store where I work, people even fire up the Classicmode Internet Explorer to browse the internet on the demo Macs all the time!!!

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