Well, the tsnX.3. updates are now at 26% complete. I’ve created a progress page that you can check which updates are installed, which ones are left, and how far along things are coming. It also shows what’s new in tsnX that wasn’t in tsnV – whether it’s user features, or hidden admin capabilities. You can check all this out by clicking here. It is also designed in a preliminary tsnX style. The images may take a bit to load initially, because they’re .png images and have transparancy which allows for the roundness to work with the gradient background. But after their initial load, they shouldn’t have to load again.
To view the transparency of the .png files, you should get Firefox, or Internet Explorer 7 Beta. You can get Firefox (which is recommended, and will earn the-spot.net $1 for every download/install on a computer that doesn’t have it) by clicking on the graphic at right. Or you can get IE 7 Beta 2 from Microsoft for free (as long as you have a legit version of Windows XP with Service Pack 2) by going to microsoft.com.
All of tsnX will be designed to be compatible with Firefox, and most likely, in turn, IE 7. But mainly it will be designed to be FireFox complient…so go ahead and grab Firefox and experience a safer, better, more customized internet browsing experience.