> Hey you are responsible for the accessfirefox site right? Nice job! I
> think many of us recently visited the site for first time and I've heard
> only good things. Congratulations.
> Ken Saunders wrote:
> > On Mar 30, 1:12 pm, David Bolter <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >> Hi All.
> >> In case you didn't get out to CSUN this year, we thought we'd drop a few
> >> links here so you could read about Mozilla at CSUN:http://eduspaces.net/stevelee/weblog/161481.htmlhttp://mindforks.blog...
> >> cheers,
> >> David
> > Thanks for sharing.
> > While I've met a few of the people that I saw in the photos, it was
> > nice to put faces with names that I had not met.
> > Ken
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Thanks for the compliment. :)
There is still a long way to go until it's complete.
The most important and obvious thing is that it's fully accessible
which we are working hard at.
I've realized that a site that validates, does not necessarily mean it
is accessible so having it meet different needs is key.
As far as IE Tab, perhaps IE View may be a temporary option.
It launches IE via a context menu.
I have no idea what the extension is compatible with, but I do know
that it was built for use on Windows,
and there may be a hack for Linux.