J. Clarke wrote:
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> mike wrote:
>>> Orange is the new blue or was it silver?
>> Dark blue with black was the old one. Palm was in white and the
>> background tended to be silver. I think the new logo is poorer, not to
>> mention a page that impenetrable without Flash installed (I have a Flash
>> blocker because of ads and distracting graphics).
> I'm a little bit puzzled by your comment that the page is "impenetrable
> without Flash installed". I don't have Flash installed on Konqueror and
> comes up just fine. With Firefox, on which I do have Flash installed it
> comes up with a splash screen and then goes right into the same page I get
> with Konqueror.
They must be doing some compatibility tests then, which some would say is
worse (like inconsistent stylesheets that limit the user based on
user-agent) while some would argue is much-appreciated. I have Flash
blocker installed so I need to press a little icon to permit it to show up.
In the past, for only a few days, Palm used Flash to introduce the
LifeDrive, which I thought was appalling (the form of introduction, not the
Some designer refuse to accept that the Web is not a poster, neither it is a
theatre. People use the Web to fetch information more predominantly than
for entertainment purposes.
Roy S. Schestowitz