Second Part of Introduction to Mozilla Firebird Series Explains Tabbed Browsing
Friday October 3rd, 2003
Morten W. Petersen writes: "Kay Frode has created another article on Mozilla Firebird, which explains how to use tabs for browsing.
"We've also updated the first article with instructions on how to use the installer. Any comments? Thanks."
#14 this issues is closed for me
Monday October 6th, 2003 7:02 PM
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"Your condescending tone is starting to get annoying. I'm trying to debate your points and you resort to calling me stupid."
Oh that might be annoying, however, you should stick to the facts. Lets get a snip of text:
"Heh? Are you stupid or just acting stupid? First of all, I didn't say a word about inventing tabs, where did this came from? Stick to the facts."
So I asked you *if* you are stupid or just act stupid, so I didn't call you stupid! Now why did I ask it? Easy, because I didn't say a word about inventing tabs, right? So where did this came from? Why did you wrote that?
So, yes, it is pretty annoying if people write stuff you didn't even mentioned!
"For example, the majority of my family members wouldn't care about these details you want them to include in the document."
I want them to include? Tell me exactly when/where I said/wrote that I want this information (about where the tabs came from) included? Again, that is not my point. My point is that some facts are wrong, that's all, nothing more nothing less. I for one don't care if this information goes in or not, as long as the information is right.
"Clearly you don't appreciate anyone elses opinion."
Hey, you may have your opinion, that's not an issue for me, so do I. Let me ask you another question: "Do you appreciate my opinion?".
"It's reassuring, however, that kerz has taken note of this lack of civility."
Lack of civility LOL And you want to debate with me? I am not even trying to be rude, don't get me wrong, but I simply hate it when people twist facts, and you're one of them. I write ABC and you try to make BCA of it, that is not the way it works, or should work.