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Started by sheryltoo, August 04, 2015, 03:18:35 PM
Quote from: Illori on August 19, 2015, 05:21:06 PMthis most likely is not an issue that M$ will ever consider fixing it. the websites need to fix their own code.
Quote from: IamTheBoy on August 20, 2015, 03:50:00 PMEdge is likely to become the most popular desktop/laptop browser over the next few months ...
QuoteOver 90% of all computer problems can be traced back to the interface between the keyboard and the chair
Quote from: IamTheBoy on August 20, 2015, 03:50:00 PM... Edge is likely to become the most popular desktop/laptop browser over the next few months, and it would be short sighted for SMF not to be working well with it
QuoteThink in spanish, habla en inglés.
Quote from: Gluz on August 20, 2015, 09:50:33 PMSo, you are saying that things should be coded to work with something instead that something work as the standards expect? Because that is why there are a lot of sites that have all these <!--[if IE]> CODE FOR IE THAT NO OTHER BROWSER NEED TO SHOW THINGS WRIGHT GOES HERE <![endif]-->, to fix what that browser can't do and is a basic web standard.
Quote from: Gluz on August 20, 2015, 09:50:33 PMPersonally the things I code for my site, if IE can't show it well I just put a big over all sign to the user to get a real browser (a little rude but necessary) that can show what I code, I can't test what and why didn't work in IE and place a fix for it mostly because I'm not all the time in Windows codding things.
Quote from: Gluz on August 20, 2015, 09:50:33 PMWhen IE/EDGE hit better score than Firefox without addons in the web tests, then I would take them into account as "real browsers".
Quote from: IamTheBoy on August 21, 2015, 05:41:49 AM... the worlds most popular desktop OS ...
Quote from: Kindred on August 21, 2015, 08:26:23 AMWell. see -- as far as Microsquish is concerned - they don't care if people LIKE their product -- as long as their product is "the one" that is being used.
Quote from: Kindred on August 21, 2015, 12:10:50 PMnope... no one loses when I bash Microsoft for being what they are.... Just because I call them out for bad UI/UX decisions or for not really caring about standards, etc does not mean that their choices don't have to be accounted for. I understand that their idiocy has to be dealt with on our side, because they are not going to change their UX habits or their development habits. However, When I "bash" them like this, it expresses my disgust with those habits -- nothing more.No one loses, because Microsoft could care less what I think.And Antes, TRUE, ACTUAL judgement. I have Win10 installed on 4 machines (2 are still using Win7) - I have been using Windows since Win 3There are a boatload of issues with Win10 (as there are with every Windows release - remember, the initial release of any windows product is nothing more than a wide beta)As for feedback... they take some and ignore most... I know folks who work at Microsoft. they (the company) seriously believe that they know better than the user on how things should be presented and what things should be hidden (which is my biggest gripe with them)