I'm using K-M as my main browser now. I understand that it is Gecko, but that shouldn't make any difference now, as most webweavers code for FF and clones as well as IE.
I went to have a dekko at My School
to see what all the fuss was.
(I wish I could insert images into this forum!!!!!)
On K-M, the page is split into two parts:
* a white background on the left, one screen wide; and
* the text and other stuff on the right, one screen wide.
So I lit it up in QtWeb (WebKit/Qt), and it renders perfectly, even if the load is slow.
I didn't bother with IE6...
I had nothing better to do... IE6 SP1 on its own and in Sleipnir 2.9.6 both render the site correctly... :end edit
OK. So do we have a bug?
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/05/2011 03:11AM by gordon451.