Thanks too for your reply and like I say great product...
I try to support as many old versions of IE as I can, even if this means more time spent working with IE6/7 than it does every other browser put together, while at the same time encouraging people to move to IE8 at least.
As I understand it IE5.5 was bundled with Windows ME and died a death back in the Jurassic Era along with the Windows 9x branch, of which the tragically named Windows ME was the final and lamest representative.
Though the ability to test IE6 in IETester is in my view on of its strongest points, in a world where a number of websites will be going dark for anything earlier than IE9 on October 26, there comes a point as with Netscape Navigator 4.8 or Windows 3.1 for example, where you just have to say look sorry, but your computer is too old...
Maybe the advent of IE10 is a good moment to do that?
Just my two cents!
PS: There is no need for testing quirks mode, so long as you have specified a !DOCTYPE.
Last edited by brain_death (2012-09-11 10:27:44)