7106Re: [NTO] IE7
- Feb 5, 2006Hi
me again check out this and take the tour
THANKYOU DAVE M
----- Original Message -----
From: "LaurieK" <ladyck3@...>
Sent: Sunday, February 05, 2006 1:25 PM
Subject: Re: [NTO] IE7
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Don - htmlfixit.com"
>> Since they are copying Firefox in essence I would try control+t as that
>> does the trick in Firefox.
> Don, I've been off work this past week so am not hearing any of the
> Talk" about IE7. I have some questions. I am a major multiple windows
> at the same time kinda person and for what I do, at work, they told me to
> load Firefox and use it, but the programming on the web interface (done by
> Korea) is not compatible with any browser but IE, so I loaded it, tried it
> and confirmed I could not see my frames and removed it.
> Years ago, when Opera came on the scene, I loaded it and LOVED IT, I love
> the tab functionality, I'm all about the Tab or the Tree/collapsing menus.
> Here are my questions:
> 1. So is IE like that? One window, different tabs?
> 2. Is it stable, have there been any issues or major bugs reported yet?
> 3. If you install IE7, and don't like it, can you roll back to IE6? (If
> can do that, I'll go ahead and try it) but I CANNOT lose my functionality
> with my work interface.
> 4. Does it still handle bookmarks the way it always has, or has it
> to the Netscape way (which I totally and utterly HATE) I have over 2000
> bookmarks, I have folders A, then subcategories, Arts, Autos, etc... then
> Books, Blarney... whatever I want my folders! (I know you are not Unca
> but I hafta stomp my dainty lil foot somewhere) hehe :)
> I guess that's about all I can think of at the moment.
> Looking forward to hearing more...
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