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Call it an ad or what you will, it’s a bit european and quirky. Check out the video the IE7 team put together as a teaser/commercial.
IE7_Big.wmv (7.8MB)IE7_Medium.wmv (2.9MB)IE7_Small.wmv (1MB)
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Sean, where’d you get it from? Are you absolutely sure this was made for IE7, and not just another commercial with a tacked-on logo (its happened before)?
Very cute, weird, and funny. I approve 🙂
A person on the IE team sent it to me. I can assure it’s authentic.
I have also provided the links, from my blog please let me know if you don’t like it, i will remove it from my blog.
No worries Pranav. I have the bandwidth to burn on a separate server. 🙂
Does everyday tasks include navigating from one page to next?
It is awfully common task to scroll a page to find the tiny Next / Prev p1,p2,p3,p4… links found in practically every web forum and other sites where paging is used.
If that is not a common task that should be possible to associate with one or two constant actions such as pressing a mouse button or back/forward in the keyboard, then what is?
Currently I have this function with a link containing few lines of js but it’s not possible to easily bind to a mouse tilt wheel or keyboard forward/backward buttons since the Properties/Shortcut Key does not recognize such buttons.
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