On 2006-03-09, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> posted something concerning:
> This is not the first time this happens.
In addition to the possible trouble with Windows Media Player,
Microsoft on Wednesday said a patch it released February last year
might cause trouble with a specific Web program known as an ActiveX
control. A fix for that problem is available from Microsoft, the
Proving the CSS company methods of pouring over the code in secrecy is
far superior to anything OSS could come up with.
You know, this wouldn't be so pathetic if it was a problem in some
third party thing. But they *own* ActiveX. It took them a year to find
a problem in their *own* fix that broke something else of theirs?
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