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Internet Explorer 8 Serious Bug?

Object fallback now works almost completely, but still has a few problems with resources from other Web sites. Firefox, Opera 9.21, Safari 2, Safari 3.0.2, NS 6.2, NS 7.0, NS 7.2, K-meleon 1.x, Galeon 2, Epiphany 2 all pass this test. xankazo Does anyone uses IE. Continuing to use XP is irresponsible and cannot be fixed my merely using an antivirus product and ad blocker. check over here

look at this now F­i­s­c­a­l­P­o­s­t­.­ℂ­o­m exit151 You couldn't PAY me to put win8 on a machine, unless it was a tablet or convertivle laptop of sorts. display: inline-block now works on all elements. hasAttribute now exists. This bug has been reported at connect's IE beta feedback as bug 364028. http://www.zdnet.com/article/after-seven-months-and-no-microsoft-patch-internet-explorer-8-vulnerability-is-revealed/

I do not expect Microsoft to keep patching it for nothing. Any thoughts for how I can get IE9 to render in IE9 mode (but IE8 in IE7 mode), or on how to hide the meta tag from validators and other browsers? It's just delaying the inevitable.

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