Monday, December 17, 2007

F* OFF IE 7

1.29 Monday morning, I've had a shower, I'm going to bed happy.

My blog is back as it should be not searing my eyeballs like a glow-in-the-dark jockstrap.

IE 7 is consigned to the scrapheap.

If someone could tell me how to run Firefox through Optusnet/Outlook express then I'd be really happy.

9 comments:

Brian Hughes said...

Witchy,

Just set Outlook Express as your default mail program and when you run Firefox, open O.E. seperately from your desktop. It should work.

At least I assume that's what you're asking. I could be barking up the totally wrong tree here, of course. I usually am.

Morgana said...

Oh just say fuck you gorgeous, clueless little love! I'm so wishing for the day you come out verbally!

Ps. Will you be alone for Xmas? No bathroom cleaning to do at my place if you prefer a quite one!!!!! ;~)

Luv Ya, Zoe XXX

JahTeh said...

I think I did that once and got myself into all sorts of trouble. I thought it was all bogs in the Fylde?

Morgana, I need no encouraging to verbal in four letters.
Being alone for Christmas for the rest of my life is something my mother doesn't acknowledge, she's too busy "me-ing".

Brian Hughes said...

"I thought it was all bogs in the Fylde?"

No...for three weeks during high summer they dry out and transform into deadly, poisonous creeks.

Maria said...

Oh French Connection United Kingdom You Morgana!

There!

Maria said...

I used to have IE6, then I got Firefox, and it scared me because I was so unfamiliar with it, then my IE6 got updated to IE7 and I got so scared because I couldn't recognise either IE7 or Firefox.

I still don't.

JahTeh said...

Thanks Fleetwood, another lovely reason to visit your neck of the woods.

Maria, the first time I saw that on a t-shirt I did a double take.
I hate IE7, it made all the script so huge and the toolbar is crowded, I had to go searching for my mail and it just didn't feel comfy. I've had it on good authority that Vista is even worse so I'm sticking with XP.

Davo said...

Firefox - as a free and "Open source" browser will always be "ahead", and more flexible than the turgid, bloated, difficult to shift, outdated "all things for everyone", "Harvey Norman" commercially oriented, very profitable 'Windows' attitude ..

JahTeh said...

Davo's back online, so are you still having trouble with Blogger?