The screenshot in FX_’s question confirmed my suspicion that tags do not appear properly in my browser. I’m using Firefox 3.0.18 (OK, I’m a Luddite) and the text appears underneath the box instead of in it, thus:

Screenshot showing tags

I’m assuming this is a feature of Firefox. Not clamouring for a fix, but I thought I should at least mention it.

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We generally only support the latest release + the previous release of any given browser.

For Firefox this would be 3.5 and 3.6 -- is there any reason you must be 3 versions behind?

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    Is there any reason Mozilla must make their software bigger and slower and expect me to accept it as an improvement? Jan 25, 2011 at 14:53
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    @brian 3.6 is dramatically faster at JavaScript Jan 25, 2011 at 22:13
  • That may be, but the world seems to be passing Firefox by at this point, and it's in danger of getting eclipsed (if not back-watered) by Chrome and Safari (and who knows what IE 9 portends?) While I still develop with it first (nothing beats Firebug, for my money), I'm not impressed with its support for HTML 5, particularly the Canvas element. I had hoped that would change with 4, but so far the betas I've downloaded have shown no improvement. Well, since they are betas, I can hold out hope for a change in the final release version ...
    – Robusto
    Jan 27, 2011 at 20:54
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    "who knows what IE 9 portends": I don't think IE has ever portended anything in its life. IE 9 is a catch-up to browsers that actually display pages properly (and have done for some time), after all.
    – ElendilTheTall
    Jan 30, 2011 at 18:37

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