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  1. illegaloperation's Avatar
    Would Microsoft lose out in any way by implementing compatibility with WebKit-specific tags ?
    Does this answer your question?

    Update: CSS and js support in ie Mobile for Windows phone 7 - IE for Windows Phone Team Weblog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs
    05-05-2012 12:50 AM
  2. N8ter's Avatar
    I don't have to do any of that to read in IE. Probably shouldn't see those comments anyway, they're very ignorant at best.
    So your way to justify a clear deficiency in the browser is to tell others what they should be seeing?

    And you say THOSE comments are ignorant?

    P.S. Doesn't just happen at Engadget, in case you didn't notice.
    05-05-2012 09:46 AM
  3. N8ter's Avatar
    Not really. Seems more like a bunch of excuses, and that's an old article so it's hard to know what changes they made under the hood compared to what they released back then. At least for me, since I can't be bothered to check at the moment.
    05-05-2012 09:55 AM
  4. eric12341's Avatar
    So your way to justify a clear deficiency in the browser is to tell others what they should be seeing?

    And you say THOSE comments are ignorant?

    P.S. Doesn't just happen at Engadget, in case you didn't notice.
    well I just went to Engadget and was able to see all the comments without scrolling.
    05-05-2012 12:27 PM
  5. N8ter's Avatar
    On the mobile site? Stop copping out you know exactly what we re talking about.


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