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I tried disabling the Windows firewall and the problem persists. There isn't much space for the tabs and they shrink rapidly. With IE8, Microsoft rolled out the browser at its Mix show in spring 2008 and didn't ship the final version until a year later. And why is the 32-bit IE9 twice as fast as the 64-bit edition on a 64-bit OS?
probably not right. Now the bar is much larger and at the bottom of the screen. The new multithreaded dev client may fix this issue. BroOf 2010-09-21 06:48:25 UTC #5 Oh!
You make the effort to support all browsers, you even produce some additional code to enhance disabilities of certain browsers and suddenly, a few monthes later, an update of the browser P Ziecina Hi After testing the IE9 beta, I think people should be aware of some important problems with regard to using flash, Sifr and lightbox plug-ins, (these include some jQuery They're bringing html5 and css3 support.
I am not going to reopen as I guess it might have nothing to do with Django in particular. Save doesn't work, page's crash on closing… etc… So, consider yourselves warned… http://www.optimalworks.net/ Craig Buckler Thanks for the information. Can be reproduced immediately by using Ctrl+F5 for refresh. Save that file as "cufon-yui.js" Copy the new file to "parallelus-unite/js" replacing the one in your theme's directory.
S.stroked = "f"; S.coordsize = m; S.coordorigin = H = (q - o) + "," + p; S.path = (Z.d ? "m" + Z.d + "xe" : "") + "m" + Django 1.1.2, Python 2.6, Windows 7 64bit, IE9 beta. James You've found the target audience! ahallicks One thing I loved immediately was that when I removed an add-on it told me exactly how long it took to load that add-on, and therefore slow the browsers initial
Unfortunately, IE9 retains the thoroughly confusing Internet Options dialog. kwing Far better than lower versions of IE.. Angus You can fix the problem in under 2 minutes. IE9 hasn't thrown any surprises and rendering is as good or better than I expected.
Power users will also struggle with strange omissions, e.g. Parallelus 2011-07-01 17:35:42 UTC #20 angusmcleod said I have three people contacted my this week as in IE9 they cannot see chunks of text on this site; http://amacoachingschool.org some of this Broken page icon next to the address bar. The tool options are logical although I'd question the ordering.
I'm going to be optimistic despite the fact that market share numbers for IE9 upgrades aren't going to be as significant as we'd all like due to XP users (and Vista Hope it helps, PP [twitter.com/pabloperalta] http://www.bluesulphur.com squig Useful review - thanks for sharing :-) I take it you meant 32-bit for the first two rows of results for your JS string Did you have a chance to look up the word 'sarcasm' yet? I don't think that things must not change but when I see Chrome that went from 0.9 to 6.0 in two years… http://www.optimalworks.net/ Craig Buckler how can you code your page
Share your voice 0 comments Tags Tech Culture Software Firefox Internet Explorer Microsoft Related Stories Awesome man-bear stars in trailer for Russian superhero movie This is President Obama's most retweeted tweet As with both the public preview version and the final release, the beta of IE9 will require that users be running Windows Vista or Windows 7. This makes the development server totally unusable in combination with IE9 beta. This thread suggests that other people experience this as well.
Gavin said that truly building hardware acceleration throughout the browser isn't just a matter of adding a little code, but instead requires some significant re-architecting of the product. "We're certainly not
I still find that slightly ridiculous for a browser, but it's no worse than previous versions. comment:6 Changed 6 years ago by anonymous Easy pickings: unset Severity: → Normal Type: → Uncategorized I've run into this issues in earlier django versions with certain browsers. Like Chrome, each IE9 tab runs as a separate Windows process and typically uses between 6 and 60MB depending on the content. dejanstosic7 2011-01-05 15:06:59 UTC #14 Yes, i read his post, looks like whole IE9 is promising and that it will be better!
Page rendering is quick and DirectX is evident when viewing videos or fast animations. This is something I think Firefox need to address as a lot of their add-ons aren't built with optimisation in mind and adding just a couple of them slows it down A public preview version is already available, but it lacks almost all user interface features and is, instead, just a look at how the new rendering engine will incorporate features.Photo by But I do not want to skew them and there is no answer "I don;t use it, I'm on XP" Nick Does/will IE9 support offline manifest and WEB SQL or IndexedDB?
But that doesn't change the fact that i had great problems in the past with earlier versions of IE Btw someone flagged my ragepost Fortunately you can read it in Parallelus's As for IE9, the first preview version was released in March, though Microsoft did give a brief glimpse of the browser's hardware acceleration feature back in November. Kolama Check Facebook, Twitter, Email and Windows Live buttons on the upper right corner of http://www.beautyoftheweb.com . by Jeff Bakalar Close Drag CNET © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved.
IE9 is catching Chrome, but the IE team should address the 64-bit issues. It's a cheeky domain name but Microsoft has produced an impressive website. A Microsoft beta is different than other companies that try and find as many bugs as possible before the beta is released.