Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 28th Jul 2009 19:10 UTC
Internet & Networking We've been talking about the browser ballot screen for a while now, which led to some obvious questions we couldn't answer. As it turns out (and I completely missed this), Microsoft actually posted a fairly detailed description of its proposal [.doc] on its website last Friday. It details everything from what it means not to have Internet Explorer installed to what the ballot screen will look like.
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RE[2]: Opera
by sbergman27 on Tue 28th Jul 2009 19:40 UTC in reply to "RE: Opera"
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Opera will probably complain even if they are the first choice.

No. HÃ¥kon Wium Lie will suggest that it might be a good idea for the EU to force MS to present Opera's entry in a slightly more eye-catching font than anyone else, in addition to being first, and then go on to suggest that Debian and gNewSense might should make an exception to their most basic philosophical policies and do the same thing. And then OSNews reader "hangman" will bang out 47 more posts asserting that he was the only person who really read the article, doggedly ignoring all evidence to the contrary.

Edited 2009-07-28 19:52 UTC

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RE[3]: Opera
by google_ninja on Tue 28th Jul 2009 21:06 in reply to "RE[2]: Opera"
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I am thinking their next proposal will be that the icons will have to be sized in reverse proportion to their current market share, and when the mouse is passed over the Opera O, it must become bathed in holy light.

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RE[3]: Opera
by l3v1 on Wed 29th Jul 2009 06:08 in reply to "RE[2]: Opera"
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Nah, Opera will want a selection dialog with 10 different icons, all pointing to the Opera download ;)

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