No reason there couldn't be a Windows Media Player plugin.
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Yes, there is a Fijian language
Chording system... I want this! But I thought the keyboard interface was limited to a certain number of simultaneously pressed keys?
BruceMorgan wrote:In Windows, the Explorer windows (aka shell windows), the navigation bar (back, forward, address / breadcrumb bar / search) is fixed at the top. IE will do the same, for consistency with the shell as well as anti-spoofing.
Doesn't toolbar customization make it harder to spoof the chrome?
I know when I'm surfing on a Mac, and a spoofed Windows dialog pops up, I get a good laugh.
Modularization and custom handlers looks very interesting.
Re: default documents... there are, naturally, tricks you can do to emulate a default index.html even if you're not an admin, like
q = Request.QueryString
If q = "" Then
Response.Redirect "index.html?" & q ' already URLEncoded
I noticed that Fields are private-by-default, and Methods are public-by-default.
I have to question that... I frequently find myself developing private "helper methods", and it seems that methods should be private by default as a security/encapsulation feature.