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Re: Microsoft's plans?

From: Lewis Francis <lfrancis@threespot.com>
Date: Fri, 19 Dec 2003 20:14:23 -0500
Message-Id: <D8B0C38E-3289-11D8-98ED-000393447A5C@threespot.com>
Cc: Lewis Francis <lewis@lewisfrancis.com>
To: <public-web-plugins@w3.org> <public-web-plugins@w3.org> <public-web-plugins@w3.org>

Macromedia has already applied the necessary changes to their site, but  
I notice neither Apple nor Real has made the change.  Last time I  
checked, neither Microsoft property; microsoft.com or msn.com have made  
the change, either.

A partial change-list document for the upcoming Service Pack 2 for  
WinXP doesn't offer anything on the subject, at least not after my  
cursory reading of it except perhaps noting that this is not a complete  
listing of expected changes:

On Dec 8, 2003, at 7:07 AM, Chris Phillips wrote:

> I notice that the Microsoft "Information for Developers about Changes  
> to
> Internet Explorer" page is still saying this:
> "Early next calendar year, Microsoft expects that new computers and  
> retail
> purchases of Microsoft Windows XP will have this behavior. Microsoft  
> also
> expects that new service packs of Windows XP and Internet Explorer  
> will have
> this behavior starting after that."
> http://msdn.microsoft.com/ieupdate/
> Does anyone have a feeling for whether this is actually likely to  
> happen
> before the pending legal action is settled?
> If Microsoft does release significant numbers of the modified Internet
> Explorer, it seems to me that developers are going to have to apply the
> workarounds, even if the patent ruling in favour of Eolas is later  
> reversed.
> Chris Phillips

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