They will fix it (tweaking the shopping cart system, website itself is fine).
Do you mean the error 404 page for "About HPS", the Retailer page linking to companies that don't exist or the complete lack of support for Windows 8.1 and 10?
I mean the website is still not dead and gone as many keep trying to imply, insinuate, or just plain state. Which means you can ask him directly about any of these typical internet website issues you're having while trying to learn about the history of HPS, or finding a retailer.
(FWIW, most of us, used to use NWS or E-bay or [wait for it! *grin*] the HPS site itself(!) for purchasing HPS products.)
But, I think your former two are great questions, in that those issues have been there looooooooong time (a decade or more?! *grin?*). But then again, sweating the (seemingly eternal) small website stuff after what Scott went through to get the site working again might be poorly timed in light of the long awaited (and postponed to get the website back online at all) patches for Tigers Unleashed and Point of Attack.
Assuming you didn't go off topic on these windoze issues, I agree that all websites should work with all browsers... if they want your business. The customer shouldn't have to jump through hoops to give any business their money. But I honestly, don't understand how you'd have website issues (still the only topic), with any particular OS. Browsers? ...yes. OS's? ...no comprende'.
Personally, I hope all Scott's efforts go back to the patches and that they go public soon, now that the site is back up. So I can spout how I'm enjoying Tigers Unleashed as much as I did Tigers on the Prowl 2, Dragons in the Mist, and Panthers in the Shadows (Broken Alliance was/is fine, but the subject matter didn't appeal to me as much).
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