continuity

Tuesday, November 14, 2000

Neat. Netscape 6, although increasingly irrelevant, is kinda cool. It's nice to see a Netscape browser not mess up websites too much. Font sizes are decent. Layout is relatively accurate.

Of course, a lot of the DHTML stuff that I spent last weekend putting together doesn't work. Not surprising, since I was working off of a MSIE-focused book. And I'm not exactly sure what the "standard" way of doing things like manipulating DIV elements is supposed to be.

Netscape 6 is, though, slow. Beefy. Lots of crap installed. No, I really don't want another email program. Or spell checker, thank you. And why-oh-why should a web browser try to dictate what the system user interface looks like? I want less window chrome, not more.
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continuity is the personal site of john logan, a thirtyish guy in phoenix, arizona.

he lives with a one-eyed jack russell terrier, several computers, and entirely too many books.

here you'll find his journal, travelogue, and a photo now and then.

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john AT continuity DOT nu

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