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Re: Does anyone know how to make IE less useless for X

Subject: Re: Does anyone know how to make IE less useless for XSLT developement?
From: António Mota <amsmota@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2006 01:55:53 +0000
Re:  Does anyone know how to make IE less useless for X
I has some strange problems with IE, due to a old version of msxml, so
try to install a newer version of it.

On 10/02/06, Terence Kearns <terence.kearns@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Unfortunately there are still some traditionalists out there who
> insist on using IE. So far, my web application is only working in
> Firefox. I load it up in IE, and I just get a lame error with no line
> number and "the source is unavailable". Honestly, I don't know how
> people put up with developing apps exclusively under IE. It's like
> having both arms and legs chopped off once you've developed with FF.
> IE says "This name may not contain the '@' character: -->@<--name
> Error occurred during compilation of included or imported sty..."
> My server-side transform processor doesn't compain about any errors
> either so I'm assuming it's not just FF being lenient. I don't want to
> transform server-side unless I absolutely have to.
>
> Surely there must be some sort of extension that you can get for IE
> that allows you to debug with it.

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