On Fri 05-May-2011 14:34 , Dennis Lovelady wrote:
Paradigms have changed. One cannot assume that just because a
browser version is the only change, that the difficulty is absolutely
the fault of the browser. The issue could be errant code that's been
sitting like tuberculosis in some corner just waiting for a certain
victim to pass by.

Yep. I was calling out the reverse absolute; i.e. for the quoted "As described", similarly as "absolutely" the fault of the IBM code would IMO be a similarly poor assumption. However I had a comment about IBM apparently acknowledging some part in blame, for those who might have seen a contradiction, first in apparent blame on IBM with my reply to Rob and then a redirect of blame to the browser in my reply to Bryce.

Regards, Chuck

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