Re: CGi parameters lost
Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2004 08:33:26 GMT
James <turajbNOSPAM@hoflink.com> wrote:
[snip - stuff about recent IE 'features']
Maybe it's just me, but is MS making it overly difficult to work with their
I sure wish more people would use mozilla, or at least a standards-based
client that doesn't pull all these weird tricks.
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