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    Re: Europe to get Windows 7 sans browser

    Wikipedia states:

    CSS 3 is only used in a few tests, most tests are about DOM2, CSS2, HTML4, SVG and Ecmascript (JS). These are all standards. The number of (only) DOM Level 2 + Ecmascript tests...
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    Re: Europe to get Windows 7 sans browser

    IE8 still cannot parse an XHTML document as XML (application/xhtml+xml header), only as malformed html (text/html) [source]. IE8 namespaces are therefore not XML namespaces, it looks more like HTML...
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    Re: Europe to get Windows 7 sans browser

    No, IE does not support XHTML.

    It parses XHTML as HTML (text/html), while other browsers support the application/xhtml+xml mime type. XHTML is based on XML, so that means very strict error...
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    Re: Europe to get Windows 7 sans browser

    And they abuse their IE/Windows monopoly by introducing their own version of many specs. IE8 starts to get better (finally), but still doesnt support SVG, canvas, etc. Its slow JS-speed is still...
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    Re: Europe to get Windows 7 sans browser

    Computer makers will of course ship some browser.

    Point is that now they can choose which one :)
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    Poll: Re: What is the Speed Limit in your Country ?

    The Netherlands:

    highway: 120km/h = 75 miles/h
    regional roads: 70-80km/h = 50 miles/h
    cities: 30-50km/h = 18-30 miles/h

    In cities we also have 'woonerven', where you must drive at walking...
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    Re: Chrome for Linux - wow! What an update!

    Yes. Here is a Windows screenshot. On Linux the tab bar is even smaller because there is no space above the tabs.

    I had the same thought so I just re-added the Chromium nightly. You can install...
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    Re: Chrome for Linux - wow! What an update!

    In the last nightly there is a checkbox Use system title bar and borders in the tabs context menu.

    On my laptop I have only 800 pixels so this gives me some more pixels.
    One of the great things...
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    Re: Count to 200 - BEFORE MOD RESETS BACK TO ONE!

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    Re: Count to 200 - BEFORE MOD RESETS BACK TO ONE!

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    Re: Google Chrome "official" dev release

    Here you are...
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    Poll: Re: Do you use the Galeon or Epiphany browsers?

    Chromium (and Firefox) here.

    Last time I tried Epiphany it didnt support Ctrl-Enter in the address bar (type google, then ctrl-enter will automatically go to www.google.com). Any browser not...
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    Re: Google Chrome "official" dev release

    Where do you see that? If I right click on an open tab there is no Task Manager option. New tab works though.

    Looks great! Slightly off-topic, but does anybody know what's that free space widget...
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    Re: Chrome for Linux - wow! What an update!

    There is an official dev-channel available now.

    Not much difference (of course) except for the logo: Chrome logo is much more colorful than the Chromium one :)
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    Re: Chrome for Linux - wow! What an update!

    Last builds have an updated splash (startup) screen, mentioning Alpha instead of Pre-alpha.

    Looks like they are preparing a first alpha?

    I added the repository a few weeks ago. Back then it...
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    Re: The Official Ubuntu 9.04 Release Countdown Thread

    I was a bit confused by the cakes and candies discussion, so I looked it up:

    Disambiguation:

    Jaffa cake
    Jaffas candy
    Jafa, slang for Aucklander
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    Re: The Official Ubuntu 9.04 Release Countdown Thread

    If they pushed it back, we would probably have known it :)

    edit: argh, I should F5 more ;)
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    Re: The Official Ubuntu 9.04 Release Countdown Thread

    I think so, here it's 10:28, and they are one hour behind :)
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    Re: Network Manager 0.7 Preliminary Testing

    Working fine here too. Network manager showed up after I did "/etc/init.d/NetworkManager restart".

    I use WPA. lshw output:


    *-network:0
    description: Wireless interface...
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    Good idea, added to sig.

    But we should maybe not focus too much on 'rm -rf'. There are loads of other dangerous commands like dd...
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    Re: Countdown To Gutsy!

    Lol, it's maybe better. WIth feisty release the forum and irc channels went mad, with hundreds of users waiting for the release :D

    It will be fun next week.
  22. Poll: Re: What country are you from? | Say something about your country

    The Netherlands :)
  23. Thread: Favourite beer

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    Re: Favourite beer

    Heineken.

    I am proud to be Dutch :)
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    Re: Release in 2 Hours !

    Lol, I think the developers are just teasing us and laughing at this thread in a secret IRC-channel :)
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    Re: Release in 2 Hours !

    Jep that's just a fork of our thread :)
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