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Craghyrax
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Hmmm #ff# :^^:
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The latest IE copied some of Firefoxs qualities, mainly the tabs. Though I dont think IE allows any extensions unlike Firefox.
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Extensions? :confused: And my IE has tabs.
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(Original post by Craghyrax)
Extensions? :confused: And my IE has tabs.
Lol. Basically Firefox >>> IE in every way
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Extensions? :confused: And my IE has tabs.
Because it copied them from Firefox. Bet you cant spell check as you type in IE can you :p:

Extensions are Firefox add-ons, you can get them from here - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/browse/type:1
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Oh those. Yes I got a few extensions. Foxy tunes and stuff. And I know IE copied things from firefox, seemingly, but I'm not sure how that makes an argument for why one should dislike using Internet Explorer if its easy to use and does what you want it to :wtf?:
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(Original post by Craghyrax)
Oh those. Yes I got a few extensions. Foxy tunes and stuff. And I know IE copied things from firefox, seemingly, but I'm not sure how that makes an argument for why one should dislike using Internet Explorer if its easy to use and does what you want it to :wtf?:
Because FF used to be better, now they're pretty much similar. I think they vary when it comes to security though, I know FF is meant to be quite secure.
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'Used to' being the operative concept here. Pragmatically speaking if you separate sentiment and loyalty out of the discussion, then their meritocratic differences are rather few at present.
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Dear god, that was a lot of long words.

I do know that nowadays FF and IE are pretty similar, I still prefer the Fox; mainly because it runs better on my computer, but also because I have a couple of really handy extensions that I use with FF, and I...*ahem*...find Firefox more aesthetically pleasing.

There, I used one big word! Mwahahahaha!
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Craggy is just showing off her Cambridge education by using a combination of polysyllabic words wherever she can .

Innit.
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(Original post by Craghyrax)
'Used to' being the operative concept here. Pragmatically speaking if you separate sentiment and loyalty out of the discussion, then their meritocratic differences are rather few at present.
Profesh? ^o)
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Profesh? ^o)
I object to that remark! :huff:
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I object to that remark! :huff:
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:p:
Meh. At least it can't be hard for you lot to figure out exactly when I'm TSRing simultaneously to writing one of my essays :rolleyes:
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^ thread killer! :mad:
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I've taught her well . A three week threadkill is impressive.
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Bah! You lot try writing an essay on structural functionalism :hmmm: :getmecoat
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What's that got to do with anything?
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I think its fairly obvious what university work has to do with not posting.
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We were talking about how you killed the thread. It actually had nothing to do with how much you post. Why would you post to your own post? Exactly: you wouldn't. Ergo, nothing to do with workload or anything under your control.
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