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My stab at a poll, thought of during a chatterbox debate over how stupid javascript is and how some people choose not to have javascript enabled (whether partially or completely). So I devised the poll as follows:

My browser's javascript settings are set to disable:

  1. all javascript (completely disabled)
  2. nothing at all (completely enabled)
  3. popup windows
  4. window manipulation (move/resize/focus)
  5. cookie reading and/or writing
  6. status bar manipulation
  7. changing images
  8. 2 of options 'c' to 'g'
  9. 3 or more of options 'c' to 'g'
  10. My browsers are compiled sans javascript!
  11. The damned 'other' option


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In reply to Re: poll ideas quest by Coruscate
in thread poll ideas quest by vroom

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