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 Post subject: Netscafox!!! WTF!!!
PostPosted: Wed Dec 01, 2004 5:15 pm 
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http://www.dslreports.com/shownews/57377

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The title confused me. I am not even gonna read it.


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If ya read it..ya wont be so confused :)


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Sounds like an abortion.


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It actually sounds like a good idea to me. Would be nice for webmasters that want to check compatability between browsers.
If it'll work (and work reliably) in Linux I'll really be happy, as my job has a bunch of shitty web-based programs that require IE. :(

That's the only thing keeping me from making a full conversion to Linux on my PC at work. :cry:


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TWBalls wrote:
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It actually sounds like a good idea to me. Would be nice for webmasters that want to check compatability between browsers.
If it'll work (and work reliably) in Linux I'll really be happy, as my job has a bunch of shitty web-based programs that require IE. :(

That's the only thing keeping me from making a full conversion to Linux on my PC at work. :cry:


I like optimists!! You have some good points. I think if the AOL name wasnt involved I may have had a totally different opinion.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 01, 2004 6:59 pm 
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PaulZo wrote:
I like optimists!! You have some good points. I think if the AOL name wasnt involved I may have had a totally different opinion.


When I saw The words AOL, Netscape and 'New Browser', I was scared... This is my source of optimism:

BetaNews Story wrote:
BetaNews has also learned that Netscape's development was not done in-house by AOL, but rather outsourced to Canadian software firm Mercurial Communications.


So, hopefully since AOL isn't putting it's dirty mitts on the code, it might have a chance to actually be something good. :Crosses Fingers: :)


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Yeah if AOL gets there fingers in it they can rename it to


CLUSTERFUCK EXPLORER 1.0


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ya except take off the IE part ;)


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