It has both a pop-up control feature and no chromeless windows. What sickens me is that people argue that IE can do this as a feature on why IE is superior... Superior only to the spammers out there as it has limited real value to the end user.
We're going to visit a prospect tomorrow, and as one of the qualifying questions, we ask if they have sites that they like, so perhaps we can get an idea of what they're looking for, if we can do it, how much to bid for the same etc. It's a Japanese company, so they surf .jp a lot (there's a lot of Japanese-origin people in Sao Paulo - it's portuguese, UTS - I think it's the next-largest Japanese population outside of Japan itself)
What am I gonna do to get rid of this darn script? Although I reckon losing IE'd be a great idea, I really need to use it as 90% or quite possibly more of the people we talk to use this browser - to use something else could just raise a whole boatload of questions. (What's that?, should I use that?, Why is it different? etc).
I ran Norton too, but how's that gonna determine if a script is bad or not? - if only it was that good.
For example, there's no way to trace back to the originating code source, whereever it's lurking on my hd, is there? (a long shot - but maybe??)
Last edited by hurricaneone; 10-22-2002 at 11:39 PM.