|Originally posted by aeberbach
IE for Mac loses again - in the windows IE I can get properties when I right-click on the image. In the Mac one I don't. The state of Mac browsers is really pathetic. Omni, Mozilla and IE all have something really wrong with them.
Funny... all my Windows-only coworkers wish that IE for Windows was as good as IE for Mac
It has some features the Windows version doesn't, and a better interface. But anyways, the "properties" thing isn't an IE thing, it's a Windows thing. Since IE on Windows is tied so closely to the OS, it can use the "properties" option on web objects. In the Mac version of IE, you can see the URL of a picture by right-clicking on the picture and then "Open image in new window" -- the URL will show in the address bar. It's really no more or less work -- in both cases you get a window with the URL, you copy the URL, then you close the window.
|Originally posted by Vertigo-1
Did they recently change their viewing policy to require accounts?
Yep; here's what it says now:Before you view images from Rig Pics Over Time,
you'll need to sign-in. If you're not already a member,
now's the time to join.
So we can't view them without signing up for an account
Vert, if you want, I can host them for you; let me know
[EDIT: never mind, someone else already covered you
So THAT'S what you've been hiding...]
|Originally posted by grinch
hehe and i heard that having more than one mouse button was a dumb idea.
LOL, once again Grinch is years behind the times. The Mac OS natively supports multi-button mice and scroll wheels. Plug them in and they work. On the other hand, studies have shown that most new computer users are more comfortable with a single button, so desktop Macs ship with a single button mice. So you get the basics for new users, and more advanced users can use whatever they want. What a novel concept
|mozilla works rather well for windows, but can't seem to display all webpages. the ****ty webpages (heavy java/flash/********) tend to have problems loading and working correctly, but other than that it's pretty good.
Mozilla for Mac is so up and down. One version will be horrible, the next will be great. But I think the Mac and Windows versions are identical nowadays. OmniWeb, Opera, and iCab all have their strengths, but so far IE is the best complete package IMO.
|not to thread crap, the photos look great! keep them coming!
Yes, they do! Now stop your incessant Mac-bashing thread-craps every chance you get!