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If anyone upgrades to Internet Explorer 7, I'm aware of some of the things on the site looking a little weird (like the checkboxes when you go to reply).

I need to fix it up still.

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As much as I'd love to just ignore the existance of IE, 73% of the hits coming here are from some kind of IE based browser ;)

The problem is actually a standards thing too. Opera is doing the same thing IE is doing when it comes to the glitchy display of some of the checkboxes and stuff.

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I hate to do this.

I agree with wX!


/em hangs head in shame then mumbles, "I can't believe those words came out of my mouth."

lol

I never really paid much attention when I hit this site while in Vista and using IE. Of course, I quickly got FF over there too. And Linux says, "What's IE?" in their distros. heh

But this reminds me that I should hit a few sites I have to be responsible for and see how IE 7 works on them.

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Okay, logged in on Vista (since that's where my IE 7 lives). The boxes look different but I don't think it's worth wasting time to "fix" it though. I mean, if you have spare time, then fine but I wouldn't put it high up on the todo list, Frost.

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It's a standards thing...Opera does it too and that's more standards compliant than Firefox is ;)

It's not high on the priority list though. It'll get fixed when I get around to it. The forum template is all sorts of nasty when it comes to current standards compliance though too...something I hope to clear up later.

Anyway, this was more of a FYI to people who use IE

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