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    Hi all,
    I just gave http://lyricslist.com a slight makeover. I added a little CSS (never done that before), and tried to make the colors and fonts a little more pleasing than they were.

    I test in Firefox and Opera, but not in IE because microsoft does not release a version of IE that is compatable with Linux. And I have very limited access to windows and mac boxes, so I cannot test on those.

    I have no burning questions, but if anyone could run through the site a bit and share their opinion, I would appreciate it. I would especially like comments about fonts and colors. Ideas and suggestions are as welcome as are bug reports.

    Thanks all!

    Dotan Cohen

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    Have you thought of purchasing Crossover Office from Codeweavers?

    Would enable you to run IE... it's $40 for the standard edition, which is not much all things considered.

    Failing that you *can* get IE to run in wine... there are tutorials around the web... maybe worth a Google or two...

    Sean

    ps. just checked it in IE using Win4Lin... looks fine from there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanmiller
    Have you thought of purchasing Crossover Office from Codeweavers?
    I had IE running in Fedora Core 3, but with some probems. I'll probably install it on Fedora 4 now that I've upgraded. I did try bulding it a few weeks ago and had problems, but I didn't try hard to fix it.

    Anyway, I think you're right- I'll try and build wine again this evening. Thanks.

    Dotan
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