IE For Windows Phone Team is listening to developers...
In what is sure to be a technical discussion on the pros//cons of using certain protocols, specifically -webkit-text-size-adjust, in the new IE Mobile Browser for Windows Phone 7, Microsoft's developers have done a retraction due to feedback from the community.
Basically, the issue resolved around how to handle text in in a page with an associated caption and there were ramifications for going with the -webkit- CSS property instead of just the -ms- prefixed one.
The team has now decided to not go with the -webkit- and instead only use the -ms- one. We suppose if you're a web page programmer this means something to you and we're hope you're pleased. We're just glad MS is listening to the developer community, who after all have to use these tools.
Now any of our savvy readers care to explain it in layman's terms?
[via IE for Windows Phone team Weblog (opens in new tab)]
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1. Create a browser that completes point for point with Opera's
2. Allow 3rd party browsers to be installed.
Microsoft actually was going to put both extentions in, both the one for Trident and for webkit, but the community said they shouldn't, even one of the guy from the standards body came into the online forum on the Microsoft blog. so they retracted retracted from putting both in.