As above post.
For what it matters to the vast majority of people "all major browsers" will likely mean IE and Firefox (at most) whereas chrome and safari icon in that picture will mean nothing to them.
No it should of been the right picture then none of that would apply. As then people would not bother going to the site to get a big slap in the face by reading that is does not support all major browsers just some.
Those poor people getting slapped in the face due to a picture...
I can't quite picture the above quote but I see a huge difference between people asking if a less widespread browser (hence NOT Major for everybody
) will be supported and those arguing because a picture in an email didn't appear "right"
It is a moot point if Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Opera and their eventual derivatives can be considered major as alternatives
(to IE) whereas a picture and few words cannot supersede a more detailed description (available on the linked site)
But if you meant that some could create a commotion out of that then I got you point.