Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Re: IE 5 for Macintosh
Author: Roger Espinosa Posted: 3/27/2000; 1:09:33 PM Topic: IE 5 for Macintosh Msg #: 15733 (In response to 15722) Prev/Next: 15732 / 15734
- wicked fast (PNG loading's the only data I've noticed loaded slowly)
- the improvements to the standard UI elements are nice --
- being able to get to "displaced" items on the personal favorites bar
- that Windows-like pop-up for accessing URL address history
- XML browsing
- the design of the interface -- it's not working for me; the icon language makes me think I'm using a PDA or video-game (no wait: it's hit me: an old-style b&w HyperCard interface, where the 3-D effects were "faked"...)
- that forms-text doesn't seem to relate to any font setting I can choose
- 96dpi by default. Erk.
- that it still refuses to connect to homebrew SSL certificates; that's a major roadblock for my development work.
There are responses to this message:
- homebrew SSL certificates?, Thomas A. Creedon, 3/27/2000; 6:47:38 PM
- Re: IE 5 for Macintosh, Wesley Felter, 3/27/2000; 6:53:58 PM
- Re: IE 5 for Macintosh, Nicholas Riley, 3/27/2000; 7:05:14 PM
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