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tridim Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Dec-06-11 03:23 PM
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10. Apparently Google chose to not deliver results to IE.
Pathetic move on Google's part. Very monopolistic.
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  -Google adds graphing calculator functionality pokerfan  Dec-06-11 02:53 PM   #0 
  - If that means students don't have to spring $100 for one, that's a big deal.  LeftyMom   Dec-06-11 02:54 PM   #1 
  - Some of the stuff that comes out of Google Labs  sharp_stick   Dec-06-11 02:54 PM   #2 
  - That is damn cool!  krispos42   Dec-06-11 03:01 PM   #3 
  - Dang, when I took college Math...  JaneQPublic   Dec-06-11 03:06 PM   #4 
  - Any tips on how this actually works? I typed in "Graph for x/2" and got nothing.  tridim   Dec-06-11 03:06 PM   #5 
  - just type in "x/2"  krispos42   Dec-06-11 03:07 PM   #7 
     - Hmmm, still nothing but search results.  tridim   Dec-06-11 03:11 PM   #8 
        - It should come right up at the top of the search list  sharp_stick   Dec-06-11 03:20 PM   #9 
        - Apparently Google chose to not deliver results to IE.  tridim   Dec-06-11 03:23 PM   #10 
           - It may depend on your IE configuration  jberryhill   Dec-06-11 04:15 PM   #13 
           - It may have something to do with your java settings  pokerfan   Dec-06-11 05:14 PM   #14 
           - I've also noticed that sometimes you have to force it  pokerfan   Dec-06-11 07:52 PM   #15 
        - Ah. Well, it works in Firefox, if that helps any n/t  krispos42   Dec-06-11 03:35 PM   #11 
  - You can expand and contract the whole grid, or just x or y.  krispos42   Dec-06-11 03:07 PM   #6 
  - Wow, it's like Apple's Graphing Calculator from 1994 !  eppur_se_muova   Dec-06-11 04:11 PM   #12 

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