Article:
  Panther Maintenance Tips
Subject:   Complaint
Date:   2003-12-13 00:15:15
From:   anonymous2
This webpage contains more than 600 syntax errors. Moreover, its width is fixed and too large on my 15 inch iMac G4 screen: I have to scroll horizontaly to read a line. This makes it difficult to read the page (too say the least). Apart from that: why should I believe the tips (about computer use) of someone who is not able to produce decent HTML (thereby showing that he is not able to use its computer properly)


Arno.

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  • Complaint
    2003-12-14 04:24:38  anonymous2 [View]

    works fine on my CRT 15inch xcreen
    page is set to 100%
    what are you complaining about?
    chris
  • Complaint
    2003-12-14 04:24:50  anonymous2 [View]

    works fine on my CRT 15inch screen
    page is set to 100%
    what are you complaining about?
    chris
  • Complaint
    2003-12-14 04:25:17  anonymous2 [View]

    works fine on my CRT 15inch screen at 800x600
    page is set to 100%
    what are you complaining about?
    chris
    • Complaint
      2003-12-17 12:47:39  anonymous2 [View]

      As I said, on my 15 inch (1024x768) screen the lines are longer than my screen (and apart from that the page contains almost 200 syntax errors). I read the page with iCab 2.9.7 under MacOS X 10.2.8 (Jaguar)

      Arno.
      • Complaint
        2003-12-23 00:29:26  anonymous2 [View]

        fine on my screen when set to that res, and i'm not getting any syntax errors, so i'd say its almost all a iCab issue! Try a different browser before you complain!
      • Complaint
        2004-04-18 14:35:17  mike_k [View]

        > I read the page with iCab 2.9.7

        Whoa, there, fella... you've complaining about errors when you're using *iCab*? Err, are you the only person in the entire world who doesn't know that iCab doesn't work correctly yet? That browser is still in prerelease! They're not even done writing it yet. It's *full* of bugs.

        Have you even read iCab's site? Here is the first sentence on their homepage, direct from the people who created iCab: "The development of iCab is not finished at the moment, some features of the final version are missing." And, "In the next few months better versions of iCab will be offered on our site."

        Trying to criticize an excellent page and then saying in the same breath that you're using iCab does not make you appear very knowledgeable.

        "Better to keep your mouth closed and be thought a fool than to open it and remove all doubt." -Mark Twain

        Gowannn.... go ahead, ignore the tips on this page, and keep using iCab, if you think those are the best decisions to make. You're in for quite an odyssey in frustration, though, and you're going to learn a LOT about troubleshooting before it's over. Have fun!
      • Complaint
        2005-01-11 17:41:04  easears [View]

        can anyone tell my why you would want to use icab? is there now or going to be in the future a benifit to its use?

        e