One can hope.
I'd like to see it removed from the Yahoo! A-grade browser list (not
in their next quarter forecast). Nice to have something to point to
when you're asked what you aim to support, and to what level, even
if IE6 is still on it.
On 2/24/10 11:43 AM, Aaron J. Zirbes wrote:
> May this will be the push we needed to get rid of IE6 once and for all?
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