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    will code HTML for food Michel V's Avatar
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    I'm feeling more and more frustrated by NN4's limitations, altho i've always tried to be a standards' zealot defender...

    When do you think 90% of the NN4 audience will have switched to NN6 or latest Mozilla builds ?
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    Not for a while, since many feel that NN4 is better than NN6. But then again, 90% is only like 1% of all Internet users, so it might not take that long.

    Why are you wanting this? Is there a specific problem you're having with NN4 than NN6 fixes?

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    Well, i'm wanting this for optimal use of CSS, for good background behaviors etc...
    Netscape 4 gives me more and more trouble with table-cells' backgrounds these days, i'm starting to hate this browser...
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    Hmm...So its regarding CSS.
    What problems are you having with Netscape 4 regarding CSS?
    I only have one problem which is Netscape 4 not support paddings well. Other then that, Everything's fine and I've accepted Netscape =) haahz ( Though not a keen supporter )

    Table cell backgrounds?
    Would you like showing us the code?

    TIP : If it doens't show up, make sure there is at least a   in the cell or Netscape 4 will ignore the total cell.
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