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serialzs

Internet Explorer 7 (7.0.5335.5)

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@all

i test the new version of IE7 and my problem is the shortcut icon in the toolbar is not working properly.. :no:

like my yahoo! messenger shortcut in IE toolbar..it can be press but the application doesnt show up..is it a bug or i dont install my IE correctly? because i turn it back to old IE6 it working properly..

anyone have a idea?

-=[serialzs]=- :}

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Yep, bug - but its been made a bug deliberately.

IE7 treats BHOs/browser-addins differently, compared to IE6.

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I find some little bugs in IE7 (7.0.5335.5), but all add-ons (FlashGet, PROMT, Google, Adobe PDF) worked properly.

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I'm testing IE7 also and most anoying thing is that it's so sloooow, and while opening multiple tabs I notice that pictures are not loaded in new opened tabs :(

Firefox and Opera are faster by far, but hey I would like to use an integrated browser in Vista rather than something else, but if IE will suck this way even with final version, I will use any other browser..

Opera seems like a very good browser for me, fast, secure and with a very good download manager. But some pages are not shown as they are in IE, so this is anoying too, for instance, one forum is having html editor for posts which isn't viewable/usable in Opera :(

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