I hope you are not just a fair-weather-friend-any-port-in-a-storm vistor.
jacon12 said:I'm here! But, I had to do some actual work this afternoon, outside.. and let me tell you... you don't wanna be outside in Georgia in July.
No sir, uh huh.
rhoward said:I'm here! I'm here! Well..... I was over there trying to figure out how to put on the posts. They are evidentally using some IE exclusive aka: non ISO compliant code that only works with certain browsers aka: Icky Exploiter from Microcrud. Ticks me off frankly. I did download a new update for Firefox and it works with that (although it was not working until I got an update message) so it must be some new code around. Safari will probably be updated to use it soon. Looks nice, and runs much faster than the old one, but that is probably due to more bandwidth on the new server. Now they run almost as fast as we do over here.........
Cjcrescent said:Ray, I got in finally. I use Netscape 7.1
rhoward said:Carey, have you tried Firefox? If you haven't, it is a free download and is a great browser. I have debated using it as my primary browser rather than Safari. Depends on the update of the software and which does the best. For now it is Firefox. Updated a lot of bookmarks that I didn't have in Firefox currently so I am ready to roll. I also have created a page at Photobucket for my train photos. It is in my Sig. Check it out (its under construction at this point.)
Personaly I HATE the new(est) version of Mozilla. It crashes alot more then it used to. In fact the day after I updated it I got "Mozilla has experinced an unknown error..." and its starting to sound alot like a Microsoft program now. I've played with the new Opera though, and I like it, its like backdating to the last major build of Mozilla...Cjcrescent said:I've used Firefox and find there is very little difference between the two. I've gone back and forth ever since Netscape 4.0. They both are driven by the Mozilla engine and have pretty much the same capabilities. I haven't upgraded to a higher version of Netscape as I'm too lazy at present. It browzes to the websites I prefer, and I don't have the vulnerablities of Idiot Exploder.
I may look at Firefox again when I upgrade the OS on this one. I might even try the latest ver of Opera.
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