Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by SgtWookie, May 2, 2012.
Did you know that your browser can do a barrel roll?
Good to hear from you Sarg. .......Loosewire
Found that it does not work with IE
I'v heard of this before, supposed to turn your browser upside dow, right? Not working in google chrome either.
Not working here either, win7, ie8, 64 bit.
Works with Firefox.
Works with Windows XP.SP3 and Chrome
Works with Win 7, 64bit and Chrome.
It works with:
Google Chrome version 18.0.1025.168 (current)
Should also work with:
Doesn't work with:
If you are still using Microsoft's Internet Explorer, STOP and download Google Chrome, SRWare Iron [preferably] or Firefox. You will occasionally still have to use MSIE for a few sites (like theh Microsoft site when manually performing updates) but your browsing experience will drastically improve, along with stronger security.
SRWare Iron is like Google's Chrome, but without Google tracking.
I've been using Chrome for years now, and only use MSIE when I absolutely must.
It didn't work for me this time (Google Chrome, Win7 16-bit), but it's worked before. There are some others that you can do as well: Google Gravity
The Meaning Of Life
Search for "Recursion"
Search for "Anagram"
Great to see you around, Sgt!
I use FireFox 3, it doesn't work for me. I don't change software unless there is a real reason.
The browser must support CSS3 for this to work..
Its just a -moz roll animation applied to the body tag
anyway, how you been wookie?
star fox references
Hahha that was my 3nd game for the Apple 2c, before that I had Karataka, and Magic vs Bird? The one with one black guy and one white guy that played basket ball. Oh and 4th-7th games were Leasure suit larry.
I had it for the n64
ah childhood memories
even the gamecube was my first system, my childhood exists on a n64