My co-worker told me Dennis Miller said something like this, so I figured I'd "create the evidence" <br><br>I know, you all could have done it much better, but it gets the point across<br><br>with evidence of nefariousness in title bar:<br><img src="http://members.cox.net/~mnorton/pictures/fd2.png" /><br><br>without:<br><img src="http://members.cox.net/~mnorton/pictures/fd3.png" /><br><br><br>(hopefully all browsers will display .png's inline)<br><br>neye<br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by neye_eve on 03/21/03 12:54 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
ROFL...<br><br>Hey neye, I was reading a review in PCGamer of the latest Battlefield 1942 expansion pack, 'Road to Rome', and one of the captions underneath a screenshot read something like this: "French soldiers are identified by their neat little berets. Strange to see them actually running TOWARDS the frontline.."<br><br><br><br>[color:red]Hold on, it's time for a </font color=red> <br>
#54313 - 03/21/0309:52 AMRe: French Google Search
Yeah - but I missed the title bar, and don't know how to deal with the gradient. So, I'll just chop it off. I'll leave the first image up in case anyone wants to mess with the window heading.<br><br>neye<br><br>
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