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Old 04-03-2015, 08:10 AM   #1
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Not to good????
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523 with Chrome........don't even want to try IE9. Can't do any better with Vista.....
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FF(449), Palemoon(412) also flunk but the surprising loser with a low score of 302 is IE 10....................
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Sure....fine......go ahead and post screenshots. Just so you don't have to take my word for it.....
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Pale Moon 'flunks' because it doesn't use some experimental/proposed and non-browser features tested for? They should be adding points for that ;)

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449 on firefox and 523 on chrome same computer for both.

all I know is the shift from flash to html5 is making a mess of things. I think this is the reason we are seeing so many flash questions lately.
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You got the same results I did with Chrome. I gave up on IE9.....probably nothing more than resetting or a new install. I'll get around to it someday.....
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