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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by fayans, Sep 26, 2005.
The link gave an 'access denied' page.
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As for me, I use Safari but I like Firefox as well. There both high standard apps.
You mean there's been a discussion about which browser is better?!
I feel so left out!
The link is valid and accessible...
Just thought of sharing what I've seen; not trying to start a discussion of which browser is better.
"Access Denied" as well
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Yep, access denied, 403 forbidden. I don't think the server's configured properly - if it really is forbidden then you (fayans) shouldn't be allowed in
How about this?
i use Safari. although since Opera became fully free i might give them a try.
dont like Firefox. just looks fugly! opinion- of course.
Doesn't work for me either. Get the 403 "forbidden" error. How'd you manage to find the link in the first place?
DUD3 SW33T! R4D-E8 is teh site nam3! Hehe m3 lik3s.
Actually I stumbled on the link somewhere in this forum (about icons or something)
Will this work?
Anybody know what program that pie chart was made in, looks sharp as hell.
The Pie Charts was created by Illustrator and imported the paths into Photoshop.
At least that's what I was told.
I agree: excellent chart - packs a lot of info into a very readable format.
But... the percentages seem, well, unexpected. I wonder how they were determined....
I really find it hard to believe that IE is not the largest. I feel like off the top of my head i could count more people that use IE then FF or Safari combined, maybe i unfortunately know to many M$ users.
They use a program called Mint for site stats collection.
For what site were these statistics gathered?
Anyway, ditto on really liking the idea of the chart. Very sharp graphically and lots of information without being unwieldy.
I am not very familiar with the program but it is supposedly installed to track visitors activities to the site and Mint collected the all data.
Here's another one