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    When I downloaded the new Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, I knew about some incompatibily issues it had with Quicktime. I figured, "When do I ever use quicktime? I don't see that many movies." Well, as it turns out, alot. SO, any way of getting around that?
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    Don't use IE . Go to www.apple.com/quicktime and see if it installs an ActiveX control for you. This developer page talks about the issue.
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    Uninstall IE 6.0 -> Go back to IE 5.5. Voila, all your problems are gone.

    yeah, i wrote that ...
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    Quicktime and IE 6.0 get along just fine for me. I did have to install the ActiveX component James talked about though...
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    As a browser IE is lame. About the only thing it's good for is displaying pages. What you need is a kickass browser shell for IE called NetCaptor. http://www.netcaptor.com/
    (I can open five Visor-related sites at once, can you?)
    "Life is what you experience between racing games"
    Galley
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    Originally posted by Galley_SimRacer
    As a browser IE is lame. About the only thing it's good for is displaying pages. What you need is a kickass browser shell for IE called NetCaptor. http://www.netcaptor.com/
    (I can open five Visor-related sites at once, can you?)
    I can open as many as I want. I just have to open IE again. Switching screens is as simple on the TaskBar as it is having tabs at the bottom and I do not lose as much screen realestate.

    Other than putting shortcuts in a toolbar, what does NetCaptor do? I hit the link you gave, but I did not really spend a great deal of time investigating.

    I would rather know what feature you find most compelling.

    Thanks for the link, by the way.
    In my Father's house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. JOHN 14:2
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    Originally posted by Galley_SimRacer
    As a browser IE is lame. About the only thing it's good for is displaying pages. What you need is a kickass browser shell for IE called NetCaptor. http://www.netcaptor.com/
    (I can open five Visor-related sites at once, can you?)
    I'd say at least 95% of the web right now is just "displaying pages." Also, NetCaptor is a shell of IE, and IE is lame as a browser?
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    Originally posted by Galley_SimRacer
    (I can open five Visor-related sites at once, can you?)
    That is a rather funny question. I almost always have AT LEAST 5 sites open in IE, usually closer to 7 or 8.

    Anyway, if anyone would like a shortcut tip in IE, if you want to open a link in a new window, just hold the shift key then click on the link. Voila, the link opens in a new window. This is really

    yeah, i wrote that ...
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    Originally posted by namja

    That is a rather funny question. I almost always have AT LEAST 5 sites open in IE, usually closer to 7 or 8.

    Anyway, if anyone would like a shortcut tip in IE, if you want to open a link in a new window, just hold the shift key then click on the link. Voila, the link opens in a new window. This is really
    Yeah, a new, non-maximized window! I did find a free app called IE New Winodw maximizer tht works quite well. It's free at: http://hem.passagen.se/j-zoon/index.htm

    NetCaptor has a tour, which you can take here: http://www.netcaptor.com/tour.php

    IE is still lame. At least the interface has some color to it in WinXP.
    "Life is what you experience between racing games"
    Galley

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