When someone tries to run a VBScript on a web page, Mozilla should say something like: "We have too much taste to interprest such a tasteless scripting language"
Easter eggs that bash other products are of bad taste. I think this one should be INVALID or WONTFIX.
Now - there is a big difference between making fun of and bashing. Vbscript is dead on the web, so this would be something that would rarely happen unless someone knew to do it and wrote the vbscript themself. The only place that vbscript is in use is on web servers as cgi scripts and in ms office. NO ONE should be making web pages with vbscript, and I think M$ realizes that.
BTW - what about Microsoft's use of the Mozilla lizard in their easter egg, eh?
I need VBScript to work around IE bugs. Please don't make this intrusive.
neil: can you please explain a little better? Thank you.
Brian, this doesn't belong in xbl, maybe browser general? Please change the qa to someone else too. I'm still studying the feasability of using xbl to create this.
off the UNCO radar. :)
I don't have time for this now. Anyone wants to take over, go ahead.
Well, in that case, marking wontfix, since no one is signed up. If someone wants this bug, then reopen and take it. However, as a personal opinion, I don't think it's worth anyone's time to do anything like this.
verify WONTFIX for the reasons neil and Henri stated.