__/ [ M ] on Friday 19 May 2006 16:17 \__
> BearItAll wrote:
>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>> IE Makes it Impossible to Troubleshoot Feeds
>>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>> | This morning, a subscriber notified us that one of our master feeds was
>>> | broken. I loaded 'er up in IE, only to (once again) be faced with
>>> | cripped pieces of feedback. Yes, the browser shows me part of the
>>> | error, but doesn't actually tell me where the error is! Without some
>>> | form of context, I have to dig deeper. Screw that. I have to fire up
>>> | FireFox just to learn more about a problem. IE7 better be better on the
>>> | code troubleshooting front.
>> IE7 from what I can see here on this demo page, looks like it has the
>> buttons of Opera, as well as the search bar of Firefox, then it has the
>> rss feed of Opera. If its a mixture of Opera and Firefox then its bound to
>> be a good browser.
>> But I can't help finding it a bit funny when I see the list of 'What you
>> can expect from IE7', and the most important or 'selling' features they
>> can come up with are,
>> tabs, printing, search and security.
>> I think we already had printing in previous browsers didn't we? and
>> searching too. So it comes down to one key feature for the advertising
>> campaign, tabs. Because of cause we are already getting reports that IE7
>> security isn't secure.
> There was an article (posted by DFS bless him :-) not so long ago) where
> the author suggested that it was high time that Microsoft gave up on
> Sounds like all they are doing is playing "catch-up".
Dvorak said they should buy Opera.
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