From: James Kass (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Nov 12 2006 - 16:09:50 CST
Frank da Cruz wrote,
>Now I'm sure there is some fiddling I could do to compensate, but why must
>every user on the planet go through the same discovery process or, worse,
>dismiss perfectly good web pages because they aren't "IE7 compliant".
Why, indeed? If the install program can import the list of favorites
from the old installation, it should certainly be able to grab the former
Equally horrid, apparently no effort is made to preserve any security
settings from the old installation. Now I have to take the time to go
through all the dang new menus and try to recall how I had cookies
blocked, scripting disabled or prompted, and so forth.
Users will have to select "Internet Options" from the "Tools" button
and reset all of their preferred fonts for all of the scripts using the
"Fonts" button. Tedious and redundant.
And, after having done so, Internet Explorer *still* won't display the
Gothic. It also doesn't seem to display Phoenician as UTF-8 ...
( http://www.code2000.net/phoenicialtest.htm ).
... even though Notepad (under View-Source) displays the Phoenician
UTF-8 just fine.
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