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Good idea - done.
Actually though, it's implemented the other way around. The div with the
switcher is empty when the page loads, and its innerHTML is replaced if
the browser isn't IE. Users who have disabled JS, or are using a non-JS
browser, won't see the switcher either - a good thing, since it requires
JS to function.
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