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Okay,
so starting recently, when using Netscape, the "Next/Previous" page hyperlinks no longer work.

I had to resort to using "internet Exploder" to see if it was Netscape-specific. Big surprise, it was.

I see your "technology" partners have been "innovating" at TMF again. Is this the way it will be from now on?

Every time you upgrade, the screws are put to Netscape users, why do you insist on forcing Microsofts garbage on your loyal visitors?

Tim
P*ssed off AGAIN in Takoma Park.
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I have found the same thing. I refuse to use Explorer under any circumstances, so until this problem is fixed, my attendance at the Fool will be limited. Please, when designing a Web site, avoid those little "tools" MS includes primarily to exclude other browsers. Some of us are not amused.


MZ
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I have found the same thing. I refuse to use Explorer under any circumstances, so until this problem is fixed, my attendance at the Fool will be limited. Please, when designing a Web site, avoid those little "tools" MS includes primarily to exclude other browsers. Some of us are not amused.


MZ
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That repititious reply brought to you by the innovators at M$.

MZ
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Okay,
so starting recently, when using Netscape, the "Next/Previous" page hyperlinks no longer work.
I had to resort to using "internet Exploder" to see if it was Netscape-specific. Big surprise, it was.
I see your "technology" partners have been "innovating" at TMF again. Is this the way it will be from now on?
Every time you upgrade, the screws are put to Netscape users, why do you insist on forcing Microsofts garbage on your loyal visitors?
Tim
P*ssed off AGAIN in Takoma Park.


Not just Netscape ... on Mac IE5 the "Prev" button is GONE on the main board site page with "Style sheets" turned on - turn style sheets off and it seems to fix it in Mac IE5 ... haven't looked in NS.
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see

http://boards.fool.com/Message.asp?mid=13356098
and the associated thread.
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Okay,
so starting recently, when using Netscape, the "Next/Previous" page hyperlinks no longer work.

I had to resort to using "internet Exploder" to see if it was Netscape-specific. Big surprise, it was.

I see your "technology" partners have been "innovating" at TMF again. Is this the way it will be from now on?

Every time you upgrade, the screws are put to Netscape users, why do you insist on forcing Microsofts garbage on your loyal visitors?


Tim,

This bug had nothing to do with an anti-Netscape bias, and everything to do with the errant addition of a conflicting class name to our global stylesheets. The offending CSS has been removed, and the problem should be fixed. Sorry for the trouble.

Fool on!
TMFJeb
Production/Design
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Tim,

This bug had nothing to do with an anti-Netscape bias, and everything to do with the errant addition of a conflicting
class name to our global stylesheets. The offending CSS has been removed, and the problem should be fixed. Sorry for
the trouble.

Fool on!
TMFJeb
Production/Design


Thanks Jeb

That's what I like, results!

Tim

(Does this mean that there ISN'T an anti-anything-that-isn't-Microsoft cabal at TMF?)
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Not just Netscape ... on Mac IE5 the "Prev" button is GONE on the main board site page with "Style sheets" turned on - turn style sheets off and it seems to fix it in Mac IE5

DW
Few days ago, late night I was having problems navigating tmf and finally gave up. Since then, using ie5 I noted the "Prev" button gone. I finally installed ie5 again and still had the problem. I switched from 72 to 96 dpi resolution in the preference menu and the "prev" has again appeared.
Still I have the feel something is not right.
gammil
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