ANN: New tool for RunRev development

xbury.cs at xbury.cs at
Thu Nov 4 08:57:11 CST 2004

> > I suppose it only works on a windows anyway so I guess I should 
> > consider web pages that don't load properly in Netscape or 
> Safari as a 
> > hint that I'm not wanted...


Dont assume or even consider I would do a PC-only thing. I started with
macs and RunRev is the last Mac refuge I got on my WinCrapOS to have a
decent interface like on the mac! Alas I have to write an OSX theme for
that ;)

That netscape doesn't render correctly, it's nothing new... I gave up
on NetScape long ago and as much as I despise IE or MS, they do have a 
working explorer that does everything. 

I know nothing about safari other than it's not nice to kill wildlife ;)
BUT, if it respects HTML 4.0, javascript and css, there is NO reason it 
shouldn't work.

I choose PHPNuke because it worked on my mac! Also because it doesn't use
java or activeX crapware (although it can...).

And now it works in the latest Discrete browser version (soon to come to
a web site near you, alas there is no support for tables in HTMLText, the
downloads do work! So you even have an alternative made in RunRev coming!


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