- From: David Mark <dmark.cinsoft@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 21 Apr 2010 14:31:28 -0400
On Apr 21, 10:14 am, David Mark <dmark.cins...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I take it that you, in fact, wrote the following and are quoting Jorge
as saying nothing. Is that right?
Just posting at the end of the thread w/o addressing anyone
personally. One line of Jorge's just escaped the deletion.
It's a little late in the game to learn to post.
Out of modern non-mobile UAs that currently worth commercialI see you are still crazier than a shit-house rat.
attention, from top to bottom:
Wow... Life troubles? Depression? No one neither loves not understands
Is that your regular supplier?
Mobile UA's are
still off your radar screen?!
Surely they are - in the another department. Why?
inputFile.click() supported:That's like a graph with no units.
yes Internet Explorer
no Mozilla Firefox
yes Apple Safari
yes Google Chrome
Does "modern" need to be explained? OK: IE 8.0 or higher, Fx 3.6 or
higher, Safari 4.0 or higher, Chrome 4.0 or higher, Opera 10.0 or
That's a very odd definition of "modern". IE8 or higher? You do
realize that IE8 can be made to work almost exactly like IE7, which is
not too far removed from IE6. And Chrome 3, Safari 3, Opera 9, etc. are
antiquated in your book? This sounds like the typical excuse of an
incapable developer (see projects like jQuery, Dojo, YUI etc.) They
don't "care" about last year's browsers because it would shatter their
egos if they admitted the real problem (their own incompetence). Guess
what? The end-users don't talk to the developers, nor can they be
relied upon to upgrade browsers every time careless developers
"deprecate" them. So try dealing with reality as it is all that matters
to the users (your delusions are your own).
Anything below is a separate solution on customer demand.
I feel sorry for your customers.
Non-commercial amateurs are definitely welcome to cover anything at
once, including Amaya, NN3-4, NN6, Safari 2.x, YetAnotherBestBrowser
0.2 beta and the like. There is nothing wrong in that: it brings some
pleasurable fun to otherwise boring practical discussions.
Yes, it is always the competent developers who are being amateurish. :)
What the hell is wrong with competence (other than the fact that it has
eluded you for all these years?)
With Opera's importance for commercial projects being more theoreticalAs usual, you have no idea what you are talking about. Do you support
than practical (yet still presented), the real stopping obstacle are
Europe at all? Or is that a continent you don't care about?
Definitely I do care. This is why Opera despite being "blinking red"
is still in the list: with the US share below the crucial 1%, it still
holds 2%-3% in Europe.
How many Web browsers are therer in the US? What's 1% of that? Does it
make good business sense to exclude that many people (in this country
alone) due to VK's incompetence? Furthermore, how many corporate IE6/7
users do you figure for the US? They are unworthy of using VK's
"solutions" as well? Then there are those pesky "Gecko clones". Why
not just learn cross-browser scripting (finally) and stop trying to keep
track of who is using what browser.
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