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PetriW
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Post by PetriW » Sun Jul 29, 2007 10:12 am

Much better to try using Opera than IE, using IE should after all be a crime.

MostAwesomeDude
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Post by MostAwesomeDude » Sun Jul 29, 2007 2:04 pm

PetriW wrote:Much better to try using Opera than IE, using IE should after all be a crime.
*high five*

I was listing browsers that you should have already (unless you're a Gentoo ricer with XFCE, I guess...) Opera's excellent, but most people have sadly never even heard of it.

PetriW
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Post by PetriW » Sun Jul 29, 2007 3:07 pm

Thus the reason I mention it!!!! :D

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Post by edokun » Sun Jul 29, 2007 5:24 pm

MostAwesomeDude wrote:
You're using Firefox/Seamonkey/Iceweasel? Last I checked, there is a security policy in Firefox that prevents local folders outside of scope from being imported or referenced. For example, say I had an HTML page in /home/mad/htdocs, and I imported a CSS file from that folder. That's fine. But, if I tried to import one from /home/mad, that would trigger the secpol, and the CSS wouldn't load right.

On Windows, try *shudder* IE. On Mac, Safari; on Linux, either Nautilus or Konqueror.
Bingo! I'm using Iceweasel here! That's why it doesn't work! Thanks a lot for the clarification!! :wink:

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