fzort informed me that the glyph rendering was bogotified on Internet Explorer:
After more than half a day of hacking, I finally managed to stop IE from rendering the extra stuff below each glyph, and work around IE's PNG transparency bug... and in the process I also learnt about the clip: rect(...) CSS property. :)
Here's the result.
MarkAtwood: Who exactly wrote that, and where exactly did he write that? I hope it's not another of those "let's attribute this fake quote to some famous luminary" things.
Jimbo the pimp, Essjay the quack professor, SlimVirgin the sexy super-spy, and now SWATJester the undercover terrorism expert (or some such)... I think we have enough material for an action movie. Or a comedy series.
Run GNU/Linux? Be a real man and write your own OS. :)
(OK, I read that the Cassiopeia E-11 has 8Mb of memory... probably already more than enough to run Linux. Running GNU/Linux is another matter though.)
wlach totally boggles my mind. So is he saying that the oil companies are raising prices because they, out of the goodness of their hearts, suddenly decide they want to make people moderate their oil consumption in order to save the earth's climate?
New HTML Parser: The long-awaited libxml2 based HTML parser code is live. It needs further work but already handles most markup better than the original parser.
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