A friend just told me a nice little "easter egg" of IE6 that is doggone hard to debug when one doesn't know about Redmond's little secrets plot to make a web developers life hell (me conspiracy theorist? never!)
Turns out that IE6 has a css file limit per page that kicks in with the 32nd file, where it simply doesn't seem to read the contents of the file. And if you are mindful of this and slap all your CSS into less than 32 files, the beast still gets you by the nuts because there also is a total CSS size limit.
Go do yourself a favor and download firefox ....
Thanks to this guy there is png transparency support for Windows IE6
Well, now you can add decent PNG support to IE5.5+ on Windows with no changes to your website HTML source code. This script will add near-native PNG support with full alpha opacity, with only one line in your CSS file, that applies to all <img> tags and also background images!
Text which has been copied to the clipboard via Ctrl-c (or cut with Ctrl-x) can be pasted directly into an rxvt terminal by positioning the cursor in the rxvt terminal where you want the text inserted and holding the shift key while clicking the left mouse button.
To copy text from an rxvt terminal simply drag the cursor over the region of text you want to select with the mouse while holding the left button down. Selected text will be highlighted and available in the clipboard for pasting into other applications via Ctrl-v. Double-clicking on a word will select the entire word. Clicking three times will selected an entire line. To select a range of words you can double click on the first word, then set the mouse cursor to the right of the last word or letter you want copied, and right-click.
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