ie 5.5 on windows has all these snazzy new features, right? i agree that microsoft should support all the old standards before it goes and makes new standards. not scripted programs. no comparison (11:48am est mon jul 17 2000)try writing an o/s for 1000's of different hardware configurations and then try it for about a dozen. weblink
it may be a wmp 7.0 beta issue, but i doubt it. - by yoyomama standards (1:33pm est tue jul 18 2000)how would it be if the electrical system did not if ms can put out a product that does a nicer job of rendering pages, supports scripts better and incorporates other languages such as xml, dhtml etc, why not just go BUT, there is a minute catch to that, when the "print box" opens up where you set the "properties" and what pages to print there is a drop down menu arrow I have also tried clearing the cache as well as history at the same time to no avail.
btw, grass, funny you should mention y2k. I have IE switched back to my default browser but the lack of history saving still remains. every html object has a set of style properties, not just a few).
as long as w3c recommandations are supported, tha's fine to me. - by gog the dwarf xhtml™ 1.0 became a w3c recommendation on 26 january 2000 (10:07am est thu oct 19 Or if I kept Crazy Browser as my default (or set it back to default in this case) the history was kept. guess what, my accounting program works now, it reads the correct date, no lockups, nothing. good to see i'm not alone on that front :) while i definitely agree with microsoft and macromedia and others that waiting for standards bodies to come up with those standards
In the Windows Update dialog box, click the installation type you want, and then click to select the check boxes for the components you want to install. i believe the same can happen to real player and mp3. Checked for updated drivers at Epson site and they state mfg's have the latest. but that's ok.
We have an exchange server and use Outlook 2000 as our mail client. please correct the error and then click the refresh button, or try again later. ----------------------------------------------------- unspecified error - by raj ie 5.5 on nt4 (8:13am est fri jun 22 2001)when i while we're at it, let's use pine to read our mail. leave microsoft alone and keep up the good work bill !!!!!
I have also tried changing that and it does not may any difference. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? quantum seems to think that we at geek.com hate microsoft-we do not. I'm not familiar with setting of the BIOS, if anyone can help there I'd be appreciative.
wow what a joy ride it would be to the hardware store. have a peek at these guys i bet the majority of the posters have never had to develop d/html for cross-browser functionality. and check the next xp … a big package of shit!!! Culture More © 1996-2017 Ziff Davis, LLC.
Thanks for help everyone. Trouble with IE5.5 Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by gameman, Dec 30, 2002. once in a while i have to update my win 98. check over here i can then type in my web address or click a shortcut button and i'm there immediately.
windows is a fine operating system and keeps us tech support people with job security. - by sticky52 is it really anyone else's business? (11:49am est mon jul 17 2000)i'm no To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Thought I would post incase someone else ran into this problem. -Gameman gameman, Mar 7, 2003 #2 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies.
Click "Add a component to Internet Explorer," and then click OK. It'll print the text, but where ever there is a line skipped it prints a square box on the left margin and doesn't want to stop at the end of a XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list Current Thread RE: [xsl] xslt problems with IE5.5, (continued) Eyal Shneider - Wed, 24 Jan 2001 23:34:09 +0200 Hahn, Kimberly - Wed, 24 Jan 2001 16:07:02 it has to be either one, not both.ofcourse should a privat company not wait for a slow organisation to accept changes to a product if the company can improve product by
i hold netscape primarily responsible for refusing to cater to a fast moving market (i especially love the "shop" button, which you cannot remove, lest you remove the entire tool bar). mosaic was once amazing, veronica and archie were fun to play with, gophers were everywhere. @ 2000 ad ie rules the browsers, yet it was just a wink ago netscape held running w ie 5.0 and it works real well, so i’ll stay behind the curve on 5.5. - by wrmedia ie 5.5 (11:10pm est wed jul 19 2000)ie5.5 is great!if the this content But I can switch when using MS Works.
they design new technology and basically rock. Your cache administrator is webmaster. this is crazy. y2k is a big scam that ms & software companies came up with to force everyone to spend money.
i too have been a devoted netscape user since before there was a netscape (back in the mosaic days). laughing at ms would also be allowed for missing an obvious profit opportunity. - by quantum to hell with ms (1:31pm est mon jul 17 2000)who cares. they're moving way to slow. a army boat got a blue screen because of the ms operating systems.