Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 19th Aug 2009 16:23 UTC, submitted by Moulinneuf
Mozilla & Gecko clones Remember the very detailed proposal Microsoft submitted to the European Commission not too long ago about the browser ballot? This was quite the detailed proposal, covering just about every possible aspect of such a ballot screen. Responses were positive from within the EC, but now it seems that according to the Mozilla Foundation, the proposal is not good enough.
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RE[4]: Not Legitimate
by ringham on Wed 19th Aug 2009 20:47 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Not Legitimate"
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Do... you even understand how to conduct an argument? You take a point someone makes, analyze it, explain why you think they are wrong, and make a counterargument explaining why you are right.

Instead, you replied with... this completely unitelligable garbage.

Uhhh... RTFA much? No matter which browser you choose to use, IE is on the desktop, on the panel, and in the menus. OK, "In the menus" might be defensible. But certainly not the part where the user has said "I want to use Chrome" and IE is then put all over the desktop. You (and Molly) are clearly the one's "twisting" the issue.

First, are you talking about on a browser ballot Win7 system? If that is the case, you're hilariously wrong, as Microsoft has pointed out, IE will appear NOWHERE but on the ballot screen. Read Microsoft's proposal if you think I'm "twisting" the issue. It's in there, clear as day.

I'm not twisting the issue. You're unwilling to approach it logically.

Edited 2009-08-19 20:49 UTC

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