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Okay, I understand that I did have some stuff that broke the layout. : ) 

would just like you to know that the little funky bold, italics buttons don't work at all on ie 5.1.1 beta mac.

As for omniweb, I suppose that it emulates the IE useragent tag, i'll check tonight, if OmniWeb will download on my recently cleared laptop. The only thing is that the b2 interface now looks very cramped, especially with the buttons (perhaps one too many, or maybe they're too large).

Another strange thing is that the Title field automatically has a value of the title of the b2edit.php page 'b2 > Post & Edit'. Let's say it defies common sense. : ) 

I still think the post navigation system is too feature-packed. I don't know how to go about this, but I'm waiting for Michel to be back on the computer so I can ask him something. Perhaps the post navigation on the top should be simplified to just the Previous 20 and Next 20.

I would think the aim for the b2 interface is simplicity, but it's getting more and more jammed.

I'll start downloading Netscape tonight, so I can test Mozilla on b2, but I generally expect the same as Michel is experiencing himself because Moz is good in the sense that builds at every operating system are more or less the same aesthetically and beneath, unlike IE...
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