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  • n. Plural form of workaround.


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  • Those short-term workarounds will have to be reconciled with the new browser connection schemes.

    E-Commerce Times

  • Not all browsers support CSS3 at the current time, which means that the transition effect will only work on certain browsers or when webkit and moz and Opera workarounds are added to the rule.

    Web Teacher › CSS3 Transitions: The basics

  • Safari is still using it's "cheatin 'ways" and doing workarounds, which is just not cool ...


  • I might give it another go, in case it has improved, though I have found various "workarounds" (to use a technical term in regular use in my circles) to the problem in the interim.

    Become a better blog citizen

  • Unclaimed Territory - by Glenn Greenwald: Iraqis learn the art of legal "workarounds"

    Iraqis learn the art of legal "workarounds"

  • Right now I seem to have created a lot of "workarounds" to avoid the tool's attempts to be helpful. yaniv said...

    Is PowerPoint good or evil?

  • It's very likely this will include many practical "workarounds" that are not defined anywhere in the company's manuals or documentation.

    Looking for an outbreak of common sense

  • Creating such 'workarounds' is only valid for an initial iterative user feedback loop.

    Archive 2005-07-10

  • Secondly, for the last 2 years, the people operating the database are NOT familiar with Access, so they have been coming up with some very unusual "workarounds" to help them get to, print, and manipulate the data for that entire period of time, making the data itself a bit of a mess.

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • We use this phrase "workarounds" a lot, sort of, looking around us.

    Paul Bennett finds design in the details


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