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    here's something I discoverd today... IE cannot display PNG images correctly that use the Alpha Channel (transparency)
    Just look at the attached image. Firebird is on the left and IE is on the right. And to think I though everyone could see my nifty avatar the way it was ment to be seen... :rolleyes:

    some more info here: http://www.safaribears.de/content.php?page=IE
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    This is how I see it using my fully updated IE6. :)

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    mine's fully updated too beleive it or not. but i think we can both agree that in either case, that is not how it is supposed to look. Just one more example of Microsoft not following standards. Apparently this standard has been in place for 8 years (1996).
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    Adjust ya crt color boy so ya can see straight..!

    Just kidding, let's sue..!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The__tweaker
    This is how I see it using my fully updated IE6. :)
    I see the former image on my un-updated Galeon :p
    (which is infact based on Mozilla engine)
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    Quote Originally Posted by The__tweaker
    This is how I see it using my fully updated IE6. :)
    Affirmative Houston........Ditto:
    Happiness isn't something you experience; it's something you recall.

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    me too! But I'm using AOl's ripped versoin of IE.. so i'm not sure if that is it or not.

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    :smokin:got this in a mozilla newsletter today, a bit anxious to try it out myself:

    Do you use bookmarks? Most likely yes and most likely you are familiar
    with the inconvenience of not having your bookmarks available at every
    computer you connect to the Internet from.

    A solution for this is using online bookmarks. Bookmarks Synchronizer
    is a Mozilla Firefox extension that let you connect to an FTP server
    and synchronize your bookmarks that are stored in an XML file. Setup
    is easy; just write in your FTP server address, username, password
    and a name for the XML file (by default called xbel.xml). To
    start, press Upload to create the file on the server and set if you
    want to automatically download the file on startup or upload it
    when you close your browser.

    Download this nice tool here:
    http://cgi29.plala.or.jp/~mozzarel/a...okmarksftp.xpi

    Another approach is based on Sitebar, an open source application that
    allows the creation of accounts, store your bookmarks and even
    further, export/import to/from Mozilla's bookmarks file and share
    them. Online Bookmarks is a free Sitebar-based website serving
    bookmarks for Mozilla in a sidebar. You can visit
    http://www.onlinebookmarks.co.uk or add the sidebar directly to
    Mozilla Suite or Mozilla Firebird, at:

    javascript:sidebar.addPanel('SiteBar','http://www.onlinebookmarks.co.uk/sitebar.php','')
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    Actually, in my case at least your av. does use the proper transparency if its on a post with the darker grey background

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    Quote Originally Posted by amd_man2003
    Actually, in my case at least your av. does use the proper transparency if its on a post with the darker grey background
    You idiot. It's not using the 'proper transparency', it's just that the colour matches the background... :rolleyes2

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