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01-24-2008, 07:15 PM #1
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With increasing amounts of users on the internet going to more and more sites where they can adjust and talk to friends and others. Now flock has created a browser that makes it that much easier to talk to them while surfing, to say the least.
Not a bad idea at all, but does this browser have problems, such as IE or does it follow the standards of the web. I may be ignorant to what it really is but with it possibly being succesful because of the whole user friendly interface, will this once again affect how we code and im going to have to downlaod a new browser to my many so i can hack it, or am i over exagerating again?
thanks for any feed back!!
02-11-2008, 08:47 PM #2
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I think flock usings the gecko engine meaning it renders much like Firefox.
02-11-2008, 08:58 PM #3
Yes, flock is built off the same engine as firefox. In fact, a lot of firefox plugins work in flock!
I tried it out when it first came into Beta and wasn't terribly impressed. I'll have to give it a download sometime soon and try it again. Although, I really don't do much "Blogging, sharing, etc."
I'm more of just an IRC guy.
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