Browser/App for IE Testing.

Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by grayminded, Nov 25, 2009.

  1. grayminded

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    Is there a browser or an application that works like IE? I need it for testing/checking my projects for web standards and the likes.

    Thank you very much :D
     
  2. Shinrai

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    Try IE Tab a Firefox Add-on which uses MSHTML/Trident to render pages like IE
     
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    @shinrai: How can you use IE Tab if you have no IE browser? There is no IE browser in Mac.

    @grayminded: Install windows in bootcamp and install vmware fusion in mac then crack it. After that launch vmware and windows then you can enter in unity mode for the IE browser.
     
  4. grayminded

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    @shinrai: Is there an IE Tab for Mozilla in macs?

    @marknt15: are there any options other than that ? :) my windows is running slow on vmware :(

    Thanks :)
     
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    Adobe Browserlab is very useful for checking web page renderings in multiple browsers and operating systems.
     
  6. grayminded

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    Thank you very much :D
     
  7. Shinrai

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    Ah, my bad. I thought IE Tab had the browser engine bundled in it.
     
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