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From "Michael Delamere" <>
Subject RE: IE's autocomplete
Date Thu, 21 Nov 2002 16:16:14 GMT
I personally like the tabbing feature! ;-)  Plus it´s only the startup
that´s slow, after that it´s ok.   I agree though on 2 points:

1.  I hate the profile crap that you have to go through everytime you
install netscape.

2.  The additional software is a bit of a pain.

Anyway Netscape 7, like Mozilla, both use the same Gecko engine :-).



-----Original Message-----
From: David Graham [] 
Sent: Donnerstag, 21. November 2002 16:54
Subject: RE: IE's autocomplete

You're the first person I've ever heard say they like Netscape 7!  Truly

amazing considering it's a memory hog and very slow.  Whatever floats
boat ;-) ...

My favorite Netscape 7 feature:  the install puts about 500 AOL,
and Netscape icons all over your hard drive.  "If we irritate people
all these shortcuts, they'll have to use it more!"


>From: "Michael Delamere" <>
>Reply-To: "Struts Users Mailing List" <>
>To: "'Struts Users Mailing List'" <>
>Subject: RE: IE's autocomplete
>Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2002 16:32:00 +0100
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Vincent Stoessel []
>Sent: Donnerstag, 21. November 2002 16:22
>To: Struts Users Mailing List
>Subject: OT: IE's autocomplete
> wrote:
> > Thanks Robert...
> >
> > I realise Struts is a server side framework but take the Struts
> > for say an input box e.g. <html:text property="name" size="35"/>
> > It supports the attributes 'alt', 'disabled' and various
> > Javascript-specific extensions which are not all supported or
> > same in different browsers...
> > I have read several mails inquiring about the same thing, if the
> > 'autocomplete' extension will be accessible through Struts in the
> > The auotcomplete function is a security risk or is percieved as such
> > many people, it would seem more like common sense to cater for it in
> > whatever means possible, even if it simply serves to make STRUTS
> > attractive as a rapid development framework for people who are going
>to use
> > IE to view the application and where security is an issue.
> > If security is such a big issue, why the heck are you using IE as a
> > client? I am having success in getting clients to switch to mozilla
> > as the preferred client for all my web applications. Multiplatform
> > yet consistent view for everyone.
>Great idea, but near impossible to accomplish.  Ok, if you know who is
>going to be using the clients, you might be able to do some persuasion
>:-)!  We´ve actually started using Netscape 7.x which I find to be
>good!  Still, I find that the majority use the IE and it will take a
>while, more likely never, to get people away from it!
>Michael Delamere
>Vincent Stoessel
>Linux Systems Developer
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