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>Also, the Microsoft MoS is, as
>style guides go, well-produced and generally supported by usability
>feedback, and marketability factors. They've got the bucks to do it. This
>not to say that it doesn't have its quirks.
I'll say. The quirk (in the most recent version) my colleague at work was
showing me last week was to do with "navigate". Look it up: The word
"navigate" is "to be avoided" when moving from frame to frame, window to
window or (no kidding) web page to web page.