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My posting thank you bsim msg:3850377 3:23 am on Feb 16, 2009 (gmt 0) My apologies - I cannot find how to reply to a message I created.
Thank you for your help. I am okay with slight degradation in IE 6.
I am very happy to have found this forum.
Thanks to all.
tedster msg:3850415 5:59 am on Feb 16, 2009 (gmt 0)
Welcome to the forums, bsim.
You should see two possibilities after you have clicked into a thread and can read the existing posts. On the top right of the thread there is a graphic button that says "Post Reply" and at the bottom right there should be a text link that says "reply to this topic."
swa66 msg:3850512 10:12 am on Feb 16, 2009 (gmt 0)
I seem to have forgotten to include a link to the welcome post [ webmasterworld.com] in this forum in my reply to your first post, sorry about that! coopster msg:3850648 2:43 pm on Feb 16, 2009 (gmt 0)
On a side note you may want to upgrade that browser version if that is what you are using for day-to-day browsing.
bsim msg:3850829 6:52 pm on Feb 16, 2009 (gmt 0)
It's a client with a customer using IE6 that I am trying to resolve this for.
I was surprised to find out I can't download IE6 with IE7 on this machine as they will share certain "parts" and I still won't see IE6 properly, so am using browershots.org
Thanks again. swa66 msg:3850878 7:52 pm on Feb 16, 2009 (gmt 0)
The trick to get the real IE6 is to use a virtual machine, since you use IE7, you use windows, hence virtual PC is free to download and Microsoft I think still offers a free image of XP+IE6 (time-bombed, so you need to reload it often).