>> IE5.0(win) doesn't see the rule following the voice-family hack. I'm
>> sure that IE5.5 does.
>Care to exemplify? I'm not sure I entirely get it.
/* use voice-family just to throw IE 5.0(win) off the scent */
/* IE5.0(win) won't see this */
/* IE5.0(win) is back at the races */
That's what I meant. Of course, I may be wrong about IE5.5 not missing the
selector that follows the voice-family hack.
Although as Christian has pointed out you could just use IE conditionals,
though obviously you would have to write in another style block or external
file. The main drawback is that you can't do the conditional dance in an
external css file. Or can you?