Help: ActiveX Control

Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by trevayneski, Aug 20, 2009.

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  1. trevayneski

    trevayneski Member

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    hi!

    new mac user here using an mbp 13". is there a workaround where i could install an active x plugin for safari or firefox? i can't connect to our store's edimax ip cameras as the viewer requires an active x download. help please. i'm trying to stay away from windows via bootcamp as much as possible. thanks.
     
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    unless there has been changes to the licensing of ActiveX you won't be able to use browsers outside Windows to have ActiveX controls. try to look at installing IE6 using CrossOver to open websites needing ActiveX.
     
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