[development] Re: [CS dev] Help with a CivicSpace Theme Layout...
(Read it, you know you want to! :)
justin at buddyping.com
Mon Nov 14 21:19:18 UTC 2005
There is a time to let things go, and the time for IE on the Mac is
now. Don't feel guilty. Think about it as a public service to the
rest of the world. You are helping to stop web designers having to
worry about IE on the Mac (now they only have to concentrate on IE
It is the same thing as asking how many Apple G3 processor machines
are out there? Maybe 1% of Macs ? If that is that case, does that
mean you have to sacrifice the speed of delivery for 99% of people
because you need to make it work for the 1% ?
Let it go, don't feel guilty.
On 14 Nov 2005, at 20:59, Ber Kessels wrote:
> On Mon, 14 Nov 2005 20:45:57 +0000
> Justin Davies <justin at buddyping.com> wrote:
>> You have to bear in mind that IE users on the Mac are used to
>> websites not working properly. Not because the designers do it
>> wrong, but because the browser is sh*t.
> This, is very true! but still, to me it just "feels wrong" to leave
> people drown in their own sh%t, because they made the wrong choice :).
> Indeed, we hunted for alternatives on older macs for IE 5.5 and
> ended up with self-compilable firefoxen, or oddly configured
> lynxes. But I am not sure if /I/ should bother about these couple
> of poor bastards :). I dont even "officially support" ie 5 for
> windows anymore. as of this month!
> Does anyone know any? Id love to point some users to them.
> But to me, this chapter is closed with: get these poor folks a
> foudantion, donate some funds to get them a non-MS browser and stop
> nagging aboout that horribly broken one.
> Bèr Kessels Drupal services
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> ber at jabber.webschuur.com
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