[thelist] IE7 Expected CSS Support

Ken Schaefer Ken at adOpenStatic.com
Sun Jul 31 06:43:15 CDT 2005

: -----Original Message-----
: From: thelist-bounces at lists.evolt.org [mailto:thelist-
: bounces at lists.evolt.org] On Behalf Of Mark Groen
: Sent: Sunday, 31 July 2005 8:31 PM
: To: thelist at lists.evolt.org
: Subject: Re: [thelist] IE7 Expected CSS Support
: > the IEblog has the following post:
: > http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2005/07/29/445242.aspx
: >
: > which, in general, says the following about the *next* IE7 beta (beta
: > 2), not the current one:
: >
: > they have fixed the following bugs:
: <snip>a long list of bugs</snip>
: > read the post to get more detail...
: cool, hopefully that means web sites will look almost exactly the same
: in IE as Firefox, as I'm not prepared to go out and buy another computer
: box and OS, just so I can load up IE7 and see what a web site looks like
: in it. The other features of Vista have already been done by Sun, Apple,
: or Google, at last M$ is catching up browser-wise too.

I think you are confusing IE7 and Vista. IE7 will be available for those with
Windows XP as well, so a large slab of people will not need to buy a new box,
or a new OS.

As for the other comment - unless you're prepared to back these things up,
please don't invite a flame war by posting what are inflammatory comments.
Last time I checked, neither Google, Sun or Apple shipped a product that
supported Kerberos as a HTTP authentication mechanism, or supported something
similar to Group Policy Objects (GPOs).


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