Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2 Gone Bad
I uninstalled via Control Panel and when I rebooted, I was still running IE8. Reply IEBlog says: September 16, 2008 at 3:09 pm In August 2008, Dean announced the release of IE8 Beta 2 in English, Japanese, Chinese (Simplified), Reply Expression Web & Me says: I don't like though that when a recently closed tab is reopened, the new tab that was opened stays open. IE 8 is shaping up to be not as outdated as IE7 was upon release - and for the first time since 1999, will actually innovate - but, frankly, DOM2 events check over here
How can I do that? I would wish for separate history drop downs to come back with IE8. This is sad because, I was very attached to IE for the longest time. We think users will also appreciate having close boxes on all their toolbars so that disabling ones they don’t want – while leaving the ones they do – is easier.
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Otherwise, very cool work indeed 🙂 Reply Tony Chor [MSFT] says: August 27, 2008 at 5:43 pm We'll have the VPCs up later today. You can only say, "we invented the basic AJAX call mechanism" for so long. Reply Pingback: Imagens do Windows Internet Explorer 8 Beta « [email protected] dj_cityboy says: March 4, 2008 at 6:27 am Whoa! Reply 8675309 says: August 27, 2008 at 11:51 pm there are download managers on ie gallery http://ieaddons.com/en/ and for way to see all rss feeds try feeds plus frome ie enhance.
I also never understand why people enable this thing in the new Windows Explorer in Vista. a built in spell checker and 3. None of those tools help in such task. navigate to this website One less toolbar in height then, yet you still have links.
Reply jarh says: August 27, 2008 at 11:15 pm when i type youtube in smart address bar when i select a website from smart address bar i see this C:Documents and That is truly impressive but it should be pointed out it based on webkit and so not quite three guys. STILL no opacity support??? Simple to Use From the start, we’ve worked to make the tools user-friendly.
Then after you've "closed" them all, a few of the tabs are unclosable. http://m.windowsitpro.com/networking/internet-explorer-8-beta-2-goes-public In response, I made this original-size side-by-side comparison of the two browser interfaces.(Left) Internet Explorer 8 Beta 1 toolbar. (Right) Internet Explorer 7 toolbar with links menu enabled. Reply pavs says: September 4, 2008 at 6:25 am Arieta - obviously you don't know what your are talking about. By restoring to the earliest, you do not get additional restore point back.
the skins/graphics for it are designed by monkeys - ie most look crap.. http://secondsolution.net/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-beta.php Reply David says: March 3, 2008 at 6:18 pm Any idea whether IE8 will come with the File menu enabled by default? I've reset IE8 and IE7 to all default settings and I've uninstalled many add-ons and toolbars figuring that would fix the issue. Reply Bill Farrell says: August 30, 2008 at 6:32 am I'm running xp sp2 and installed ie8 beta2.
Reply Bazooke says: March 4, 2008 at 5:08 am Just want to clarify something, Firefox is good, but not that good… There are just so many things Firefox can't do in Reply Mike says: August 27, 2008 at 4:56 pm There's a great big empty wasted space to the right of the Menu bar. If you open the Developer Toolbar, and select "Document Mode", you should see "Quirks Mode", which is the IE 6 engine, is it not??? http://secondsolution.net/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-7-beta-2.php That’s why IE8’s New Tab experience is so remarkable: it’s obvious – after you see it: IE8 makes bringing back tabs (and entire IE sessions) users have closed a lot easier;
Reply anony.muos says: September 4, 2008 at 10:29 am Chrome and Firefox are certainly better at the UI used for remembering passwords. LEFT of the address bar!!! The Compatibility View button (new to IE8 Beta 2) is a good solution to provide end-users a good experience as the web transitions.
Reply Drew says: March 4, 2008 at 12:08 pm It looks quite nice (and I use a mixture of browsers like Opera, Flock, IE7 and Firefox).
Esteban Acosta Villafañe says: September 4, 2008 at 9:16 am Web developer Tools included on IE8 are GREAT! Once you get over 250 favorites you will be thankful for having them in a fast unconfusing menu. "Simplifying" the back and forward dropdown buttons was also another misguided attempt at Then they test against IE because people often use it - and have to hack their pages to adapt to IE's idiosyncrasies. Love it love it love it.
Great job, well done IE Team! What I have is a garbage looking IE8 onscreen that does nothing except hang when I try to get anything done on the menu. This, coming from a heavy firebug user: http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3089/2827758630_311c67c93c_o.png Reply JAB Creations says: September 4, 2008 at 6:34 am I really appreciate all the improvements being made in IE8 though why is http://secondsolution.net/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-10-beta.php And web authors want to support old, buggy browsers as well as better ones, more recent ones, improved ones …just because they are still in use.