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Re: Form widgets on fpo website



I'm apparently blind, you're unclear with what you say. From a personal standpoint, when someone lists some terms with any reference to google, they mean to do searching, not look at the buttons on the page. Should have clarified.
Jakub 'Livio' Rusinek wrote:
You're blind... Google.com has native widgets!

Dnia 25-12-2007, wto o godzinie 18:38 -0600, Michael Beckwith pisze:
  
Why should I do a google search for something you're arguing for? I
don't have a problem with what I'm seeing when I visit the page. Just
for the sake of not arguing, I did do a google search for both "native
widgets" and didn't find any sort of examples of what I was asking
for. Maybe I'm just blind, so if you could point one out like I asked,
I'd be happy to click.
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For the sake of arguement of why I was, perhaps, not the best person to try arguing the point, I attached what I see with most form buttons, including google.com. It takes on the colors of my gnome theme overall,  using 2.0.0.10 build of FF




Martin Sourada wrote:
On Wed, 2007-12-26 at 01:38 +0100, Michael Beckwith wrote:
  
Why should I do a google search for something you're arguing for? 
I don't have a problem with what I'm seeing when I visit the page. 
Just for the sake of not arguing, I did do a google search for 
both "native widgets" and didn't find any sort of examples of what 
I was asking for. Maybe I'm just blind, so if you could point one 
out like I asked, I'd be happy to click.

    

Personally I think he meant the google.com page itself as an example
with the "right" widgets. So to show you the differences:
this[ff-old.png] is start.fp.o in F8's epiphany, this[ff-native] is
start.fp.o in FF3 and this[ff-fpo] is fp.o. I guess you see the
difference on first sight ;)

Martin


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