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    kaffeine's Avatar No queda el tiempo
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    There are some sites that I need to browse for work that only allow IE6. Is there a way to do this in Mac without some kind of virtualization or bootcamp/parallels?

    I've tried User Agent Switcher extension for FireFox and the Deboug/User Agent Menu for Safari without success.

    Thanks
    This is just like that drug trip I saw in that movie while I was on that drug trip.

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    vampiro's Avatar Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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    get firefox then the IE add on

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    have you seen this?

    http://www.microsoft.com/mac/product...ternetexplorer

    it's the mac version of IE.

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    Gee with out sounding like a smart ass , while a played around but never bought an Apple .
    Hey what works on it " Mr all knowing " sales rep ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vampiro View Post
    get firefox then the IE add on
    IE View and IE Tab add ons didn't work either.

    Quote Originally Posted by backlash View Post
    have you seen this?
    http://www.microsoft.com/mac/product...ternetexplorer
    it's the mac version of IE.
    Unfortunately the sites i'm trying to browse require IE6/7, and the latest version for Mac was 5..
    This is just like that drug trip I saw in that movie while I was on that drug trip.

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    vampiro's Avatar Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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    got the address for the sites??

    coz i have a mac and supprised that IE tab dont work coz its what i use and it works on all sites i gone to that requies IE

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    kaffeine's Avatar No queda el tiempo
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    It's a personal profile site on a corporation's site. The main page loads fine, but after I log in it's where I get the problem.
    (I thought IE Tab wasn't available for mac?, can you post a link where I can find it please?)
    Thanks.
    Last edited by kaffeine; 10-29-2007 at 08:42 PM.
    This is just like that drug trip I saw in that movie while I was on that drug trip.

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    just looked up IE Tab and didnt realise it was not cross platform...

    anyhow found one that does a similar thing: http://www.winandmac.com/tips/fool-s...firefox-is-ie/

    Might be helpful...just follow it through

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    Quote Originally Posted by vampiro View Post
    just looked up IE Tab and didnt realise it was not cross platform...

    anyhow found one that does a similar thing: http://www.winandmac.com/tips/fool-s...firefox-is-ie/

    Might be helpful...just follow it through
    Yes, that refers to the User Agent Switcher Add on I was talking about in my first post... works on many sites, but not on the one i'm trying to browse hehe (it really works on every site and test site i've tried, but not on the one I need it to ).

    Thank you anyway.
    This is just like that drug trip I saw in that movie while I was on that drug trip.

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    http://www.kronenberg.org/ies4osx/

    You need to download all the requirement applications and follow the directions exactly.

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