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Update Internet Explorer's look for 10.3
Authored by: Azark on Mar 26, '04 09:02:19PM

You can easily change Safari's look to Aqua.
But even with the brushed metal, are you sure IE looks better??
Command + P, is not so hard.
I don't know what URL import problem you're talking about.
Anyway I feel sorry for you, IE is a pain in the ...

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Update Internet Explorer's look for 10.3
Authored by: kupietz on Apr 16, '04 07:29:34PM

Yeah, great hint for those of us still happily ensconced in the "I'm still using IE" crowd. (Before anyone asks: IE is slower, more freeze-prone, put out by a company I hate associating with, lets me select options from popup menus in web page forms by typing the first few letters, lets me see more than just my 20 most recent downloads, and saves "web archives" which preserve the exact URLs and all embedded objects in a tree of web pages so you can browse entire websites even when you're not connected to the internet, and until Safari includes features like the last three I will happily put up with the first three in IE. I sometimes use Web Archives 10 times a day and cannot live without it. And the inflexible 20-download limit in Safari's Downloads window makes me cross because it's just plain lazy design. This isn't an invitation to debate, just an explanation of why some of us like this hint!)



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