Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 19th Aug 2006 02:07 UTC
Opera Software "The DS Browser ends up becoming a bullet point for the Nintendo DS system's capabilities. Yes, the Nintendo DS can now surf the internet. But after the novelty wears off, you probably won't want to", Craig Harris writes in his review. Craig was very kind to send us a DS screenshot rendering the mobile version of OSNews, although the browser seems to interpret "100%" of cell width as 800px wide instead of DS' 256px native resolution. Update: Craig sent us another shot, this time using the "small screen rendering" mode, which looked much better.
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RE[4]: Hate to break it to you
by electricmew on Sat 19th Aug 2006 21:37 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Hate to break it to you"
electricmew
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2006-08-18

huh, intresting. When you start doing real web work, you'll know there are just times you have to use tables for containers. The tables on osnews DO encapsulate data, and its a valid use for tables.

google news is an excellent example. also, php.net is all payed out via tables. The simple fact is, you can't do everything you can do with tables compared to css. Visa versa as well. Its best for any real programmer not to be religious about these type of ordeals.

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