As backwards as it sounds, some of the developers in my project are
still using IE6 - and so is pretty much all management for that matter
(it's what comes by default in our workstation installations, it's
what they use).
In any case, ceasing support doesn't sound too unreasonable. Might
actually give, at least to the developers, a reason to upgrade.
On Oct 14, 5:27 am, "Christian Hammond" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi everyone.
> Due to the large amount of work required to keep IE6 compatibility, I've
> been considering dropping support and requiring IE7 and up.
> I'd like to get a feel as to how much this will affect people. If you work
> in a company where IE6 is the norm and upgrading to IE7 is not really an
> option or would be simply hard to do, I'd like to know.
> Please respond to me privately so we don't end up cluttering the list.
> Christian Hammond - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> VMware, Inc.
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