[thelist] Re: NN6 killed my CSS!

martin.p.burns at uk.pwcglobal.com martin.p.burns at uk.pwcglobal.com
Wed Nov 15 10:54:36 CST 2000

Memo from Martin P Burns of PricewaterhouseCoopers

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Have you tested it against standard test pages, which test against standards?

Basing it on the behaviour of other browsers, which may or may not behave
as they should, is not a realistic test.


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Subject:  [thelist] Re: NN6 killed my CSS!

I'm in the camp of F**K NN6! Firmly. Quite frankly, it's the worst browser I've
ever seen for the Mac. It consistently cannot display framed sites correctly and
it mangles many pages that I've been visiting regularly with no problems in IE5
and NN4. Honestly, there are too many major problems to even begin listing them.
It's crap and useless and it's about to become widely used. What a frikkin'
nightmare for web developers! The source of the rage isn't overwork or an
irrational perspective - it's frustration at having such dreck forced on us.

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