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what browser do you use?
Firefox 71%  71%  [ 15 ]
Internet Explorer 10%  10%  [ 2 ]
Safari 14%  14%  [ 3 ]
Opera 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Other (please specify) 5%  5%  [ 1 ]
Total votes : 21
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PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2007 12:31 pm 
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as a blogger, i check my stats often... but what is your prefered browser?

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I voted Firefox because that's what I use at work... and I do more surfing at work. At home I use Safari.

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I'm using the mozilla suite (or SeaMonkey or IceApe or whatever) most of the time at home. Some stuff I view directly in the aggregator (Agrekator) my wife uses Firefox at home. At work it IE6 because I've got no choice.

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Though my heart lies with Firefox, I use Safari. Safari is prettier. It's buggier, too, but since I installed SAFT (at a reader's recommendation), I have the ability to restore sessions, so the crashes are much less painful than they used to be. I never lose things I'm meaning to blog anymore.


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IE @ work.. safari and firefox at home


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Firefox all the way!


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Firefox with AdBlock+, NoScript, ImageBlock, Forecaster, and a few other add-ons

Hey JD, no worries, I approved the adds on your page. I just won't help out IAFF or other sites!

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I use Firefox at home, and IE at work (since I haven't bothered to ask the IT guy whether it's ok to install Firefox myself).

JD, I don't think your main heading bar on your blog is working correctly in Firefox. It looks like it's the same color as the background of your site, making the links hard to read unless you hover over them. It's working fine in IE.


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Firefox


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bwian wrote:
I use Firefox at home, and IE at work (since I haven't bothered to ask the IT guy whether it's ok to install Firefox myself).

JD, I don't think your main heading bar on your blog is working correctly in Firefox. It looks like it's the same color as the background of your site, making the links hard to read unless you hover over them. It's working fine in IE.


They work fine for me in Firefox, maybe something with your settings.


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