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  • IE 9: Standards and ​Interoperab​ility

    You asked if the link to other formats was not obvious enough, and I can't help but respond.


    the "media downloads" are in grey text, on a gray background, and the icons (a "windows", a cinderblock with blue in one of the holes, a zune that has been faded by the sun, and elipses) are grayed out. When you mouse over the icons, they remain grayed out and the cursor does not change. But if you mouse over the words, or the tiny down arrow a bit off to the right of all that, the icons light up and the cursor still does not change.


    It can hardly compete for the attention drawn to video preview image with the man whose mouth, nose, left eye, and left ear are covered up by a giant "install microsoft silverlight" banner.