• Internet Explorer 9
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[QUOTE=BmB;24451836]I don't believe in customisation. I believe in getting the design right from day one.[/QUOTE] You more than deserve the box I gave you for that remark. :colbert:
Design by options isn't design at all.
Could it be possible that the tabs go under the address bar when there are too many? This could possibly be a method to shrink the top of the browser further for smaller widescreen monitors such as on netbooks. If that happens I would see it as something much better since the address bar for the most part is 80% empty or the rest just contains useless arguments and paths for most people.
[QUOTE=BmB;24457728]Design by options isn't design at all.[/QUOTE] Stop posting already
[QUOTE=Justice;24449210]Could you be any higher on your horse?[/QUOTE] I agree with this. How does a theme let you fuck an entire browser up exactly. You are like a younger version of me BmB and I really don't like that. [editline]10:38PM[/editline] [QUOTE=BmB;24457728]Design by options isn't design at all.[/QUOTE] Or maybe my desktop theme clashes with my browser theme and looks crap, so I change my browser to go with my theme. My entire desktop should not revolve around my browsers shit default look. And before you go on about point of view bullshit, we already settled that you have nothing smart today when you go for that strategy. I don't like talking shit to people, but you really piss me off with your bullshit.
How will it cope with 20 tabs? I like to open a whole bunch of threads in multiple tabs at a time, then read and reply to them, one after another. Sorry, but I'll stick to Chrome. [editline]08:48PM[/editline] I do like the whole aero top bar though. It looks nice.
50 tabs on 1680x1050 is hard on FF. Maybe it will scroll along.
[QUOTE=teeheeV2;24488664]50 tabs on 1680x1050 is hard on FF. Maybe it will scroll along.[/QUOTE] To be honest, I hate not having all the tabs visible at the same time. That's why I've stuck with Chrome. I don't normally need more than 30 at a time and that fits (just) without me needing to make assumptions on which is which.
A Tab Manager is one of the new features, so I think Microsoft will have something in place to deal with 5+ tabs.
I won't be using it. Chrome does everything I need and nothing I don't. It looks better too. I think Google is the new Microsoft.
My school JUST started using IE 7. Now to wait for another 4 years before we get to this. Oh wait, I'm graduating this year, never mind.
I work in a school and we've used IE8 for over a year. IE9 will be pushed out to all the Windows 7 machines a few months after release.
[QUOTE=teeheeV2;24488365]Or maybe my desktop theme clashes with my browser theme and looks crap, so I change my browser to go with my theme. My entire desktop should not revolve around my browsers shit default look. And before you go on about point of view bullshit, we already settled that you have nothing smart today when you go for that strategy. I don't like talking shit to people, but you really piss me off with your bullshit.[/QUOTE] The browser should use the desktop theme and be affected just the same. I'm not against skinning per say, as that is purely aestethic.
it looks brilliant except for the tabs on the navigation bar [editline]12:25AM[/editline] [QUOTE=That Ninja;24498105]My school JUST started using IE 7. Now to wait for another 4 years before we get to this. Oh wait, I'm graduating this year, never mind.[/QUOTE] I'm using Firefox 4.0 beta on the school computers :smug:
BREAKING NEWS: Internet Explorer 9 brings in new shiny UI, detachable parts, and still no support for !important tag
It [i]looks[/i] lovely. Too bad it's still IE.
Next thing they come up with is placing tabs right onto the addressbar/searchbar itself. I guess they just put bookmarks bar right on the top of that soup. All this to save space on screen...
Looks fucking sexy.
my friend can't understand why people bag out IE. I told him because its built into the OS, it will have holes. Am I far off the mark here? He doesn't think tabs are useful at all.
[QUOTE=teeheeV2;24538278]my friend can't understand why people bag out IE. I told him because its built into the OS, it will have holes. Am I far off the mark here? He doesn't think tabs are useful at all.[/QUOTE] Yes, very. It's primarily how slow IE is and how out of line with standards it is (making lives of web developers a pain)
IE right now is pretty damn secure as far as I know. Probably the safest of the browsers.
IE is very secure. You have to be a total moron to get something on your PC using IE8, it has that many filters and warning boxes. [editline]0[/editline] It's still shit for standards. What I wouldn't give for proper text-shadow support.
Still stickin' with Firefox :3:
[QUOTE=BmB;24538979]IE right now is pretty damn secure as far as I know. Probably the safest of the browsers.[/QUOTE] Firefox + NoScript can't be beat.
[QUOTE=Jookia;24552902]Firefox + NoScript can't be beat.[/QUOTE] Adblock Plus is also useful, keep in mind.
[QUOTE=Jookia;24552902]Firefox + NoScript can't be beat.[/QUOTE] Yeah, every other web page not working. Great security there.
Looks decent, seems like everyone's taking the Chrome/Opera route these days.
[QUOTE=BmB;24560666]Yeah, every other web page not working. Great security there.[/QUOTE] I assume you haven't used NoScript?
No, but one of my steam contacts has, and all he ever does(!) is complain about how X site doesn't work and got noscript'd and shit.
firefox ftw
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