* Michael Pemberton <mpember at phreaker.net> [08m03d01y 13:51]: [snip] > I must admit at this point that I am still using NS4 personally due to Mozilla > being to much like IE with many of the shortcuts and feature design being > altered. (eg. F3 no longer repeats the most recent word search winthin a > document, you must keep using the find dialog). As far as I know, Ctrl-G works the same now... I agree with you on Moz becoming a bit like IE, but I think this is a Good Thing to a point. I find that when writing webpages, most of the time they work the same on Moz and IE without me even trying (HTML 4.01 / CSS2). I'm no keener on MS than the next person, but they're not going anywhere soon, and although I'm not an expert, NS4.x strikes me as very buggy when it comes to rendering a lot of things (CSS for one...) -- I hope it goes away soon. I don't know anyone who still uses NS4.x under windows (ok, so I haven't actually /asked/ many people!), but it's still a significant share of the non-Windows market, so I try to cater for it in my sites. IMHO, it's worth getting Mozilla, it's been pretty stable since 0.9.x and I've not had a single problem with the browser side of things since 0.9.1. Whichever way things go though, I just *wish* that people writing browsers would make them conform to the w3c standards - if it weren't for NS4.x I think our lives would all be much easier! Steve P.S. - Sorry for the fragmented thought process, I'm half asleep :-) -- random irc quote: (decuser) scripts? dude, I want a GUI!