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The odds are that it is. -- Regards Paul Whitham Valleybiz Internet Design www.valleybiz.net Team Macromedia Volunteer for Ultradev/Dreamweaver MX www.macromedia.com/support/forums/team_macromedia "Josh" <com> wrote in message news:bgmmer$sm9$macromedia.com... ...

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    Default Re: Is this Safari?

    The odds are that it is.

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    Regards

    Paul Whitham
    Valleybiz Internet Design
    www.valleybiz.net

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    "Josh" <com> wrote in message
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    Paul Whitham TMM wrote: 

    I just wasn't sure what to make of this part: "AppleWebKit/85"
    Apple's trying to be cryptic and obscure. Must be that Unix influence. :)

    Josh Guest

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    Josh wrote:
     

    You could be right after all M$ are open welcoming and *nix is closed
    and obscure. No hold on thats not right.

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    George Mclachlan
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    George wrote: 

    I think you meant to say *nix is open and obscure, and M$ are closed and
    evil. ;-)

    Working for Sun has taught me how really obscure some parts of Unix can
    be, but I'm sure M$ is just as obscure, only you're not allowed to see it!

    - Josh

    Josh Guest

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    Josh wrote: 
    >
    > I think you meant to say *nix is open and obscure, and M$ are closed and
    > evil. ;-)[/ref]

    I has trying to be sarcastic, obviously it didnt work
     

    Having to write a Java App for a University project has taught me that
    there are many things in computing that are obscure ;-)


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