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From: Glenn Holliday <>
Subject: Re: [FreeHelp] Charting with EXCEL
Date: Sat, 08 May 2004 16:34:17 -0400
Patrick Chefalo wrote:
> The only true was to make
I haven't seen a way to guarantee that. You will
always see different results on your Web pages when you mix
different combinations of originating program and end-user browser.
I've been glad to learn a little more on this list about
what the different programs do. It helps me predict what
will happen when a user looks at my pages.
> Glenn, your anti-Microsoft comments are a bit out-of-place in this venue.
I looked over my post again and didn't find an anti-Microsoft comment
in it. I described what Excel wrote in the page, and tried to help
answer the original poster's question about why Opera was interpreting
Every vendor makes choices about standards vs. customization.
I did not offer any opinions about whether Microsoft made good
choices in this case. I use Microsoft products every day.
This is a list about making our Web pages, not about
> With Opera, kind of a third-party hack if you ask me
I'm not sure what third-party means here
(because I'm not sure what is the first party or the
second party here), but it's good to know
how Opera and other browsers behave. If Opera makes
errors interpreting things it should support, it's
certainly legitimate for you to advise on dealing with it.
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