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(@nolongerme)
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FireFox sounds so much better than Internet Explorer. Just the name itself is a reason to give it a try and learn it. IMO


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 Mike
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Yeah, but we can abbreviate it to IE. If you do that with Fire fox, its sounds like you're stuttering. :P


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(@misanthrope)
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FireFox sounds so much better than Internet Explorer. Just the name itself is a reason to give it a try and learn it. IMO
Yeah, the name's pretty high on my list of priorities when choosing a browser too... right below the current phase of the moon and whether or not it's raining :P

Lefty: What's to learn?

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(@twistedlefty)
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i do not feel the need to switch for the sake of switching.
ie6 works fine for what i use it for.
i've tried firefox, and now ie7 and i'm happy with ie6. nothing against the alternatives, i just don't see the need to change.

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(@misanthrope)
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Fair enough, I was just wondering. (I'm a web developer, so it's always good to know what people are doing browser-wise and if possible why. That and I'm a nosey git :))

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(@allan)
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I also am a firefox person


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(@indiana_jonesin)
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Hey, if it ain't broke, don't break it!

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when he gets up under the lights to play his thing..."-Dire Straits
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 Sik
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I'm definately a Firefox fan, but it got some limititions, like when I find a page with say an useful article full of ads around it, I want to cut and past the article (without the ads) into a word document. I have had several cases where Firefox won't even let you select the text for a cut, all I get is a circle with an / through it. IE7 however let me cut and paste just fine

I have also had a few issues where you try to print an article with firefox, you get only the first page plus a second page of ads, even if the docoment you are trying to print is 10 pages or more.

STILL, I'm a Firefox fan, only uses IE7 when I want to do stuff Firefox can't handle.

Seasons greetings,
-Sik


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