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[quote=guenter] [quote=Doon] I don't like to use c-net and k-meleon in the same sentence but I was glad to see the k-meleon user agent spoofing comments get coverage in the cnet article, didn't know that was Disrupted. By the way Guenter, I use Yahoo mail classic all the time with the default k-meleon user agent but just the other day I got [url=http://tb.mail.yahoo.com/ytoolbar/configserver/ext/mail_interstitial/browserupgrade.php]THIS[/url] interstitial page when I logged in, suggesting I upgrade my browser. At the time I was accidentally using firefox2 user agent string, they suggested I upgrade firefox, then I switched to k-meleon and seamonkey strings and refreshed the page and they suggested I upgrade to the latest IE. I also thought the [url=https://sourceforge.net/project/stats/detail.php?group_id=14285&ugn=kmeleon&mode=week&&type=prdownload]STATS[/url] link was very interesting. I was impressed with the number of downloads and amused to see the difference between .exe and .7z versions (I'm a .7z person, and in the minority it seems).[/quote] 1.) I did not expect CNET to cover K-Meleon's view of the problems. Stephen Shankland contacted several ppl. Dorian delegated answer to others. I voiced the same problems as disrupted (he has better English so he was heard). 2.) I use Yahoo new mail through the browser, so that we are warned when yahoo alters something. I also read US news there. [url=http://de.mg1.mail.yahoo.com/dc/system_requirements?browser=blocked&.intl=us]I get this interesting page :([/url] when Autoswitcher does not react fast enough. 3.) kko informed me last year when K-Meleon had reached 1 million downloads in a year. SF is not the only download location. K-Meleon may have up to a million users - certainly has several 100thausend. Forum usage also seemed to have increased - we have had more posts while the browser got better which theoretically would cause that less PPL need support :)[/quote]
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