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    One would be annoyingly stupid to use ie6 in combination with any serious javascript application which is what you get when using extjs. How dumb ass. IE 6.0 doesn't fit with the new status quo (actually never did).

    I accuse ourselves, those who make the web, for being guilty of the ie6 crime. We have the power to say no. And it is a very reasonable NO, because every company can use its Tyrannus Rex® sh*t in IE6 alongside a functional browser like firefox.

    Just D-I-T-C-H that f*cking IE6 browser. I am pointing at us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulle Bas View Post
    You would be annoyingly stupid to use ie6 in combination with with any js of the size like extjs has. How dumb ass.
    I accuse ourselves, those who make the web, for being guilty of the ie6 crime. We have the power to say no. And it is a very reasonable NO, because every company can use your Tyrannus Rex® sh*t in IE6 alongside a functional browser like firefox.

    Just D-I-T-C-H that f*cking IE6 browser. I am pointing at you.
    You're out of line with both your language and your position.

    You may not agree with it, but there are many good business cases for supporting IE6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffHowden View Post
    You're out of line with both your language and your position.

    You may not agree with it, but there are many good business cases for supporting IE6.
    My original text had some spots that could be misinterpreted, I changed it accordingly.

    I don't agree: there are no good business cases for users of IE6, only unfortunate ones. That is, there are some really old, badly written websites that do not function properly outside IE6. But IE6 isn't the only browser. One could decide to run some legacy apps in ie6. But it is downright stupid to let your employees browse everything in IE6. That is very insecure.
    That is lazyness. That is dumb.

    My point is that we create the demand by offering the supply.

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    Code:
    Ext.onReady(function () {
      if (Ext.isIE6) {
        Ext.getBody().mask();
        Ext.Msg.alert("Unsupported Browser", "Your browser is unsupported. Please upgrade your browser and return.");
      }
    });
    If you don't want to support IE6 just add that to your code. Problem solved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evanc View Post
    If you don't want to support IE6 just add that to your code. Problem solved.
    @artalat's already done up a nice ext-core implementation of that
    http://www.extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=90547

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    This fossil of the dinosaur known as IE6 was found recently by archaeologists.


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    that's way too evolved...

    there's no way it made the jump from this:

    http://scienceblogs.com/mikethemadbi..._a_coolmac.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgarcia@tdg-i.com View Post
    As long as IE6 is listed as a supported browser, then I think most companies will continue to support it as well.
    Nokia Siemens Networks continues to use IE6 as the only supported browser in the entire company IT infrastructure!
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    IE6 is a pain, but...


    IE6 is an old outdated browser and I hate having to design for it.. However IE6 is still the standard for a number of companies and customers… Net Applications estimates as of Feb 2010, IE6 still has a 20% market share of all browsers… Only IE 8 has a higher market share.

    http://marketshare.hitslink.com/brow...e.aspx?qprid=2

    For additional counts see
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usage_s...f_web_browsers

    I don' t know how accurate it is, but its hard to ignore a browser that could have a market share of 20% on the high end and 10% on the low end... I wish Google would publish some usage info.

    mktshare.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoahK17 View Post
    Nokia Siemens Networks continues to use IE6 as the only supported browser in the entire company IT infrastructure!
    NoahK17, does that mean you stick to IE6? Even for browsing?

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