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|Posted By: Noctavis =PN= <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Date: 10/25/99 5:03 a.m.|
In Response To: Re: I disagree (mad.max)
> Share the problems with you? I'll try and remember them. As for
Hrm... You could E-mail them to me or something... or transfer them via ICQ. I'm really curious now. Maybe it's something basic.
Often when I end up banging my head against my monitor for a few days on a problem it turns out to be something I didn't know about or something elementary that I missed.
> As far as I can remember, IE had great problems with animated
Hrm... I don't use AGIFs extremely often, simply because they tend to annoy a lot of people, but I've never had that problem.
What AGIF editor were you using? I tend to use the ones by Microsoft, Ulead and MicroGrafx (built into Picture Publisher)
> Um. Text flow into the graphics, you know, where you have a
Hrm... I can't really tell what the problem was without dissecting the code. HSPACE, VSPACE and other IMG tag attributes should be sufficient to prevent problems with image/text interaction in most cases
> Tables didn't always work, when using the <nomargin> tag
I've never heard of it.... There may be some funky CSS stuff with such a name, though. It's not like I have unlimited knowledge on this, anyway. I'll have to find out about this tag.
I did a quick search and didn't come up with much of anything, really.
> Nope. I don't tend to use layers, until more recently (doing
Aye.... I tend to prefer HoTMetaL Pro 5. I am a very visual person, and like to see what I'm working on while I build it, but it offers three different views: WYSIWYG, text (handy for me to geet elbows-deep into some of the stuff I'm coding), and a hybrid tags view (my favorite)
> Hmmmm. I really can't say I've ever seen any table problems with
Aye... that helps. But when you start heavily nesting tables or trying to get some things to resize for different users, it gets more complicated.
> Ah. I always define my cells really well (percentages or pixels
True. Neither one supports the Height attribute really well. That sucks. Thank goodness that it's usually not quite so critical as the width attribute, but they shouldn't get any reprieve for their stupidity.
"They" being the ones who program the browsers.
> Hmmm. We must read different books, because I can safely say
Actually... maybe we should just dump both browsers and have the W3C generate their own. ;-)
> No, it will support everything apparently. Right now it doesn't
Ah well... iCab won't do my PC any good. ;-)
I do hear that it is rather tight and efficiently coded.
> I'm sorry if my words came over wrong, I am not saying which of
Oh certainly... A mac user should definitely be suspicious of IE. Who really trusts Microsoft anymore?
> I just realised who I was talking to as well. How's HaloNews
Heh... it would take a hell of a lot to top that interview. I do most of my posting at the Core.
The most recent thing was uploading that fat 56Meg Halo movie (the one with the marines shooting) for download, just before Bungie changed halo.bungie.com and posted up some Quicktime movies, and discussing the new information from the Computer Gaming World preview.
The HaloNews design is on hold while I polish off the Pax Nimbus website, and while our server is in transit to its new location where a friend of mine has just gotten a new job.
I guess I'd better get my kiester in gear and try to finish that stuff off as soon as I can. It's funny... I'm so full of ideas and such, so I had to read and research on how to accomplish some of the things I would like, and then have to spend quite some time getting it to work in various browsers, platfoms, screen sizes, etc. Maybe I have too many ideas for my own good.
Heh... at least my wife puts up with my hobby much better than she used to. ;-)
|Some Stats, for those who keep track||Louis Wu||10/24/99 12:22 a.m.|
|IE!?!||Daft Shadow =PN=||10/24/99 12:41 a.m.|
|Browser war! *throws his mouse at DS's head*||Noctavis =PN=||10/24/99 3:30 a.m.|
|I disagree||mad.max||10/24/99 6:20 a.m.|
|Re: I disagree||Noctavis =PN=||10/24/99 6:57 a.m.|
|iCab||CyberBob||10/25/99 3:39 a.m.|
|Re: iCab||Jägermeister||10/25/99 1:14 p.m.|
|Re: I disagree||Noctavis =PN=||10/24/99 7:10 a.m.|
|Read the above one (frickin' laptop mouse) NT||Noctavis =PN=||10/24/99 7:17 a.m.|
|Hate it when that happens (NT)||mad.max||10/24/99 9:42 a.m.|
|Re: I disagree||Claude Errera||10/24/99 9:24 a.m.|
|Missing CSS Support||mad.max||10/24/99 11:21 a.m.|
|Re: Missing CSS Support||Fractalus =PN=||10/24/99 6:31 p.m.|
|I do the same thing||SonicStorm||10/25/99 3:02 a.m.|
|Forced refresh||Noctavis =PN=||10/24/99 8:03 p.m.|
|Re: I disagree||mad.max||10/24/99 9:41 a.m.|
|HTML nitty-gritty||Noctavis =PN=||10/25/99 5:03 a.m.|
|HTML nitty-gritty||Noctavis =PN=||10/25/99 6:25 a.m.|
|Re: HTML nitty-gritty||mad.max||10/25/99 2:16 p.m.|
|Re: HTML nitty-gritty||Noctavis =PN=||10/25/99 5:45 p.m.|
|Re: HTML nitty-gritty||mad.max||10/26/99 11:36 a.m.|
|yeah, they are different||SonicStorm||10/25/99 2:56 a.m.|
|Just remembered||mad.max||10/24/99 6:23 a.m.|
|My Mac is 100% Microcrock free! NT||Jägermeister||10/24/99 5:35 p.m.|
|Re: Browser war! *throws his mouse at DS's head*||Cheese||10/24/99 8:03 p.m.|
|Amen Brother! (NT)||SonicStorm||10/25/99 2:52 a.m.|
|Re: Some Stats, for those who keep track||JoeDaMac||10/24/99 12:13 p.m.|
|Re: Some Stats, for those who keep track||Mage||10/24/99 12:21 p.m.|
|Re: Some Stats, for those who keep track||Tsao =PN=||10/24/99 1:47 p.m.|
|Re: Some Stats, for those who keep track||Mage||10/24/99 3:44 p.m.|
|Dont forget the macusers here with windows@work nt||CyberBob||10/25/99 3:31 a.m.|
|Re: Dont forget the macusers here with windows@wor||Jägermeister||10/25/99 1:13 p.m.|
|What are you guys talking about?||Freewill||10/24/99 12:57 p.m.|
|Re: IE!?!||SonicStorm||10/25/99 2:49 a.m.|
|Re: IE!?!||SiliconDream||10/25/99 10:52 a.m.|
|Re: Some Stats, for those who keep track||Troy Lawlor||10/24/99 6:13 p.m.|
|Re: Some Stats, for those who keep track||Louis Wu||10/24/99 6:56 p.m.|
|Re: Some Stats, for those who keep track||Black Marlin||10/25/99 6:31 a.m.|
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