On January 25, kevin at suberic.net said:
> ok, whoever designed compaq's search page should be shot. here's the
> deal so far:
>> galeon: crashed after entering search term
> mozilla: crashed after entering search term
> old beta of opera: crashed upon entering initial search page
> netscape4: seems to be working...
>> ok, yes, both galeon and mozilla need updating on my machine, and neither
> should crash, but on the vast majority of sites i visit, both browsers
> do fine.
But but but.
It works for the 'standard' browsers, i.e. Netscape and IE. For a web
designer to attempt to explicitly support anything else (i.e. by
taking the time to test it) is difficult if not impossible to justify
to whoever's paying the bills. Plus, complaining that site foo crashes
a beta browser is bad karma in general. It's a browser fault. That's
why it's beta. Nothing on a web site should /ever/ be able to make a
Criticism where it's due, you know?
`F' is group reply. This is because `G' is for sort and `g' is for get new
mail. And `G' is for sort because `sort' used be called `group', and anyway
`S' is for save mailbox and `s' is for file message in folder, because `f' is
group reply and `F' is group reply including original text.
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