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  1. it should not be CSS errors. Firefox should use it and IE ignores. I know ... get the css error in IE ... I'm testing always in IE too because this browser sucks
  2. Dunno why ... but I get some CSS errors here using the -moz-border-radius-bottomright: 8px
  3. Thanks Rick for helping me out in this matter
  4. Now it's back the url changed .... Sorry for that
  5. Rick that sucks very much and as long Vista gives you that crap I stick with XP
  6. If the site got hacked we should shoot this humming birds
  7. No need for downloading Ie8 at all its still buggy and they haven't changed much at all.... Same old crap as it was before.....doesn't support CSS correct and doesn't support hover at all My suggestion...better upgrade to FF and you'll be more happier
  8. I just created a new Wallpaper and thought I write a tut on how to create this Fella. It also is a great help if you just want to know how to create a shiny ORB The Tutorial is saved as .jpg and everybody who likes it can download and try it out Link fixed
  9. Oki doki here is mine for this month...
  10. My new September Desktop WindowBlinds6: Skin by Jemaho RocketDock Vista SP1 Sidebar by Rafael Wallpaper: my own http://img510.imageshack.us/img510/3411/se...rdesktopzx6.jpg
  11. After a week of extensive testing, the CRN Test Center found that users of Windows Vista and Windows XP are equally at risk to viruses and exploits and that overall Vista brings only marginal security advantages over XP. One of Microsoft's big promises with Vista was a more secure operating system. But when stripped to the bare bones and thrown into the wild, wild Web, Vista's security failed to impress Test Center engineers. Vista remains riddled with holes, despite its multilayer security architecture and embedded security tools. Besides providing no improvement in virus protection vs. XP, Vista brings little or no security gains over its predecessor against such threats as RDS exploits, script exploits, image exploits, VML exploits, malformed Web pages and known malicious URLs, the Test Center found. Armed with two notebooks -- an HP Compaq 6515b notebook running Windows Vista Business 32-bit Edition with the 256-bit encryption version of Internet Explorer 7 and an HP Compaq nc6400 running Windows XP with the 128-bit encryption version of Internet Explorer 6 -- Test Center engineers probed both OSes with some of the most dangerous exploits known today. To even the playing field, all of the HP ProtectTools Security Manager tools on both notebooks were shut down. None of the encryption tools and the password-protect options were initialized. In addition, HP's ProtectTools Application Protection Service was not activated. Only the default security features and settings on both OSes were kept. Read the full story here
  12. FLEE
  13. thanks for the add-on.......it just rocks
  14. Yiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiike N1K YOU ARE HERE TOO
  15. OK another Forum I popped in and introduce myself and say Helloooooooooooooooooooooooo everybody