Richard Grevers wrote:
> >> This would lead to only one thing: Sites blocking Opera on the principal
> >> of "Don't mess with my page" - its every bit as evil as Microsoft's
> >> "smart tags" were.
> Website owner happens to check out their site in Opera and sees links
> where they didn't put them. That is altering the author's content.
First of all, I wasn't talking about web sites, I was talking about
received emails and notes, which are my property.
Second, Isn't the user mode and all modes in the style menu
really changing the layout of web sites?
Isn't it the right of each viewer to change the display and
layout of web sites in his own browser?
That's what markup languages like html and xml is all about,
letting the sender give suggestions about how to display the
content, but it leaves it up to the user to choose how he
wants the content to be displayed.
So your objections here were first of all faulty, because I
did not talk about web sites, second is was faulty because
it is the right of the viewer to decide how he wants web