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    Well that's probably enough said, but I decided to try it. One thing I noticed here is this,



    Odd the log in bar is blocked by the Google add If I attempt to create a post then the "you must be logged in screen shows" at that point I can log in. Once the browser is closed and reopened same thing occurs. Oh well I'm sure it's an IE9 problem.

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    A few people have reported that to me - it's definitely an IE9 problem. It's not parsing the HTML/CSS correctly.
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    Ok I'll report it to Microsoft and see if we they can get it fixed by noon

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    Happy to read this report; I will wait a few months to download the upgrade thanks Zep516, cheers Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodcock23 View Post
    Happy to read this report; I will wait a few months to download the upgrade thanks Zep516, cheers Jim
    Hi Jim,

    This isn't an upgrade yet, just an early Beta version. It has major problems at the moment in a lot of areas, not least the fact that it can't read existing HTML4-coded websites correctly.

    When it's ready, in about 6 months, it'll come down via Windows Update, but only for Vista and Win7. XP is now a defunct operating system as far as MS are concerned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arraknid View Post
    Hi Jim,

    This isn't an upgrade yet, just an early Beta version. It has major problems at the moment in a lot of areas, not least the fact that it can't read existing HTML4-coded websites correctly.

    When it's ready, in about 6 months, it'll come down via Windows Update, but only for Vista and Win7. XP is now a defunct operating system as far as MS are concerned.
    Thanks, cheers. Jim