Bottoms up about IE7
dave at looktowindward.com
Thu Oct 26 07:37:04 EDT 2006
I'm guessing it's all to do with the dreaded DLLs on Windows. It
happened on MacOS 9 too, to a lessor extent. For instance if you had
Office 98 running and then used an older version (that used different
DLLs (shared libs on the Mac), it could cause all kinds of chaos.
In the same way, if RunRev relied on the action of a DLL and then a
new version of that DLL changed how it worked (but kept the same DLL
file and function name, they things start to fall apart).
Just a guess, but I've had some horrible times trying to get the
right set of DLLs installed.
All the Best
On 26 Oct 2006, at 12:25, Richmond Mathewson wrote:
> As an infrequent Windows user the following is
> probably a bit naive:
> With Mac and Linux changing a browser (I have about 6
> on my Mac) does not "fatally bugger up the operating
> system" for other bits of software.
> Now I know that Microsoft (and, to a lesser extent,
> Apple) can be a bit paternalistic, deciding what is
> good for their end-users - but I fail to see how
> changing a web-browser can affect Runtime Revolution's
> web-operability. OR, to put it another way: if
> upgrades of standard software packages within an
> operating system radically affect how other software
> packages function in that OS isn't it time to ask some
> hard questions about the OS?
> sincerely, Richmond Mathewson
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