There is some HTML code to round the top-left corner, which does not display as a rounded top-left corner in MS IE 6.0, while it does in Mozilla Firefox. Dedalus 09:33, 25 Apr 2005 (UTC)

Strange. I just wanted a window inside a window as part of a theme dealing with virtual reality. The shape of the window should not matter. JWSchmidt 13:13, 25 Apr 2005 (UTC)

Show the difference Edit

John, this picture tells my point.


On the left hand side Microsoft Internet Explorer, on the right hand side Mozilla Firefox

Captured the same version of SB1, MSIE renders a square top-left corner, while Mozilla Firefox renders a rounded top-left corner, shown in the above picture. It is not very wiki to include HTML tags like <div style= etc.>Lorem ipsum</div>, however correct HTML-tags compliant with the HTML specification should be rendered correctly. If you haven't moved to Mozilla Firefox yet, move today! Dedalus 18:10, 25 Apr 2005 (UTC)

Audio recording of the lecture Edit

I have made an audio recording of the delivered lecture, however uploading causes unexpected problems. It is sleeping time, right now. You'll have to wait at least another 24 hours for an audio deliverance of the lecture. Dedalus 21:03, 26 Apr 2005 (UTC)

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