*switches to Firefox to be able to muti-quote*
ThatRailsGuy, on 10 May 2012 - 05:35 PM, said:
Yes, damn you Google chrome for loading the content for me faster. DAMN YOU TO HELL!
I don't even think it loads them much faster, if at all. In fact - the starup time of Chrome (which is important to me), is slower than IE.
NeilHanlon, on 10 May 2012 - 05:42 PM, said:
Maybe you only think images of CSS3 Things are better because you're using the worst CSS3 Browser.
Yeah, quite possibly. Although I HAVE looked at CSS3 drop shadows before, and they don't look as good as what you can get in an image editor.
Hyde, on 10 May 2012 - 06:08 PM, said:
It loads slower and it's much, much complicated to have shadows with images if you want flexible content.
Yeah, images load a little slower. You just need to compress the images, and not spam the page with them. Besides - fancy text effects all over the place annoys me anyway.
Daniel15, on 10 May 2012 - 06:10 PM, said:
If multiquote isn't working in IE, try with the default IP.Board template. If it still doesn't work, report it as a bug to IP.Board
IE 9 isn't too bad, and IE 10 will actually be a modern browser.
Yeah, thats true!
IKR! IE9 isnt that bad! And yeah IE10 will probably be one of the best browsers out there, when it comes out. (Abouts time!
Daniel15, on 10 May 2012 - 09:08 PM, said:
Opera is more standards compliant than Chrome, and I don't really have a reason to switch.
Yeah, so I've heard. In fact, Chrome isn't even that standards complient anyway. Sure, its more so than IE, but that isn't much to boast about
EDIT: Mutliquote is so awesome!!!
EDIT 2: Dang this editing was easier in firefox too....