Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 25th Feb 2008 22:09 UTC
Internet Explorer Microsoft has sent an e-mail to a select number of its previous beta testers regarding the upcoming release of IE8 beta 1. "We are nearing the launch of Windows Internet Explorer 8 Beta 1 and we will be making it available for the general public to download and test. IE8 Beta 1 is focused on the developer community, with the goal of gaining valuable feedback to improve Internet Explorer 8 during the development process."
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RE[6]: Comment by handy
by sappyvcv on Wed 27th Feb 2008 12:55 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: Comment by handy"
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Er, are you talking specifically about SVG or all the W3C standards in the link posted by lemur?

I doubt any browser fully supports ALL of those standards in their latest stable version. The point of the story being, why can you pick out a standard IE doesn't support (X) and cry wolf then ignore that other browsers don't support Y and/or Z?

If current browsers DO support all of those, can you provide a source to back that claim up?

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