[ic] Re: Documentation and Web TV
Wed, 04 Apr 2001 18:39:40 -0600 (MDT)
That is good to hear, except ANY anomilies (Sp??) in the fonts in unacceptable.
Also how does it look under Netscape for RedHat Linux???
Quoting Brev Patterson <email@example.com>:
> I just grabbed the WebTV emulator from their web page, and loaded up
> recent 4.7 version of Interchange.
> It looked great (CSS colors and everything.) The fonts were a little
> weird, but nothing incredibly disasterous.
> brev patterson
> red hat, inc.
> "watch me ride"
> >I know that Web TV is not "real" significant, but it is used by about
> 2% of
> >my purchasing customers which makes me leery to just ignore it. They
> >(WebTV) provides a great developer emulator that will run on Windows
> >machines and let you test pages for compatibility. It is worth a
> >from their Web site.
> >At 08:57 AM 4/3/01 -0500, Jon Jensen wrote:
> >>On Mon, 2 Apr 2001, John Beima wrote:
> >> > Are we going to get a base store that does NOT use css?
> >>We weren't planning on it.
> >> > Since WebTV has problems with them, and they are a growing base,
> >> > demo would become very useless to popular sites....
> >>We'll have to take a look at it there. I've personally never known
> >>with WebTV. It should just ignore the CSS, which would be fine. But if
> >>someone can point out particular problems I'm sure we can work around
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