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 From: MichaelMD [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Date: Sat, 06 Sep 2008 23:37:04 +1000
 Subject: Re: [WSG] Google chrome...
 
 
  
  I can't figure out why it has to load the process three times
  in order to run.
 
 
 To be able to kill locked up tabs or windows without having to kill the
 browser sounds like a nice feature to me ... about time!
 
 
  
  First i thought it felt unfinished, but then the
  minimal design grew on me. Very uncluttered.  And drop
  down menus consolodate a lot of screen real estate.
  Well designed gui,  all its needs now is firebug and
  id use it. And i like the incognito windows, thats a
  slick feature.
 
 I hope they fix the bug that prevents me from saving those thumbnails it
 generates.
 What use is that feature if I can't save them?
 
 ..and yes I'll still want Firebug and Operator !
 
 
 
 
 
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 From: David Storey [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Date: Sat, 6 Sep 2008 16:09:51 +0200
 Subject: Re: [WSG] Google chrome...
 
 
 On 6 Sep 2008, at 04:12, Marius Milcher wrote:
 
  Has anyone noticed how Hotmail is 'unavailable' in Chrome??   
  Recommending one upgrades to either: IE, FF or Safari.
 
  Could this be a snub by Microsoft?? Innocent browser compatability  
  issue? What's the opinion?
 
  Seconds out...Round 3
 
 They block themselves too.  Google has a history of browser sniffing  
 and blocking browsers such as Opera.  On Google groups for example,  
 they block Opera, Safari *and* Chrome when trying to change your  
 profile photo.  I'm sure there are other examples too as the block  
 Opera on many sites.  It's an example why browser sniffing is so bad.   
 Not only is it often used to block browsers that would otherwise be  
 capable, but you never know when a new browser will come out (even  
 from your own company).
 
 
 
  2008/9/5 Michael Horowitz [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Because that is an intentional part of the way the system is designed.
 
  Read the comic for all the details 
  http://www.google.com/googlebooks/chrome/index.html
 
 
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  Nancy Gill wrote:
  One thing I have noticed today is that it creates 3 different  
  processes in the Task Manager to run one coyp of chrome.  I have  
  tested this several times with the Task Manager open and everytime I  
  open the browser, I add three processes all named chrome.  They vary  
  from 5mb to 44mb of memory usage.
 
  I can't figure out why it has to load the process three times in  
  order to run.
 
  Nancy
 
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  First i thought it felt unfinished, but then the minimal design grew  
  on me. Very uncluttered.  And drop down menus consolodate a lot of  
  screen real estate. Well designed gui,  all its needs now is firebug  
  and id use it. And i like the incognito windows, thats a slick  
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From: Minh D. Tran [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2007 07:47:19 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Simple question on forms

Hi Everyone,

I just have a question regarding forms. How do I set the cursor to  
default on a certain form input field?


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From: Max A. Shpack [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2007 17:56:29 +0200
Subject: Re: [WSG] Simple question on forms

form elements have focus() method in javascript. plain html doesn't  
allow this.


Cheers,
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2007/12/5, Minh D. Tran [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

Hi Everyone,

I just have a question regarding forms. How do I set the cursor to  
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Subject: Re: [WSG] Simple question on forms

On 12/5/07, Minh D. Tran [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


I just have a question regarding forms. How do I set the cursor to  
default

on a certain form input field?



Do you mean you want to automatically give focus to a particular  
form field
when the page loads? You can simply call the .focus() method on the  
element:


document.getElementById('myfield').focus();

Consider the accessibility implications, first, though; not  
everyone will be
happy to have decisions made for them about where they want their  
cursor to

be. ;)

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From: Minh D. Tran [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2007 07:47:19 -0800 (PST)
Subject: [WSG] Simple question on forms

Hi Everyone,

I just have a question regarding forms. How do I set the cursor to  
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Subject: Re: [WSG] Simple question on forms

On 12/5/07, Minh D. Tran [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


I just have a question regarding forms. How do I set the cursor to  
default

on a certain form input field?



Do you mean you want to automatically give focus to a particular  
form field
when the page loads? You can simply call the .focus() method on the  
element:


document.getElementById('myfield').focus();

Consider the accessibility implications, first, though; not  
everyone will be
happy to have decisions made for them about where they want their  
cursor to

be. ;)

- Matthew.


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From: Max A. Shpack [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2007 17:56:29 +0200
Subject: Re: [WSG] Simple question on forms


form elements have focus() method in javascript. plain html doesn't  
allow this.


Cheers,
Max.

2007/12/5, Minh D. Tran [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

Hi Everyone,

I just have a question regarding forms. How do I set the cursor to  
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On 22 Aug 2005, at 12:18 AM, Jan Brasna wrote:

Does this statement imply the machine hosting Virtual PC and IE  
becomes vulnerable to malicious software?


No. Only the guest OS (WXP, W2K) is vulnerable. It runs in sandbox.


no reason to suspect anything will be different


Colors are different (due to the matter of Mac's different gamma).


It's straightforward to set up a monitor profile with a gamma that 
matches a PC's.



How does using VPC, compare to just using Browser Cam?


You can try behavior or interaction too.


..and resize browser windows, zoom text etc, to check effectiveness of 
liquid design.


Personally, I find being able to test CSS variations (box model hacks, 
for instance) in real time, in a real browser environment, an 
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Heck, I covered the cost of the software in the time I saved testing 
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Patrick Lauke wrote:

In and of itself, flash will never be accessible to everybody, as it
requires a plugin; it's not a web native technology.

A plugin huh?, I've always wondered what the difference was between
having to have the flash plugin and having to have a web browser? it is
very hard to see any html css website without the correct plugin (that
is a browser), so why does it suddenly become so much worse when flash
is required? Sorry but I have just never understood this argument, would
you mind explaining?

Older screenreaders
can't access its content at all. So, it's important to provide accessible
fallback mechanisms.

Yeah but my fallback positions for older browsers, like say netscape 2
are pretty hazy, theoretically they could understand the plain html,
ignoring more modern tags but I haven't really tested it recently.

However, for the percentage of users that *can* use
flash (have the plugin, have assistive technology that works correctly
with it, etc), you should then ensure that the flash itself follows
sensible, accessibility-related norms and conventions.

I'd suggest having a look at Bob Regan's recent post on Flash Accessibility
http://www.markme.com/accessibility/archives/007003.cfm
and the interesting WCAG 1.0 Techniques for Flash
http://www.markme.com/accessibility/archives/007344.cfm
(just to clarify: WCAG itself does not necessarily cover Flash, as it's not
an official W3C technology...so this document makes recommendations that
are similar / in sympathy with what WCAG tries to achieve, but in a Flash
context).



These links are really useful as I work in advertising and it is a
constant battle to get any kind of adherence to accessibility
requirements. But also because there are many flash designers out there
who would like to learn but haven't found good resources.
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