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webpage not working with FireFox ?

this is very cool,


if you find a webpage that doesnt render properly or simply denies you access because 'you are not using Internet Explorer' then try this, it allows you to simply 'switch' between different browser altrernatives without leaving FireFox,


in simple terms. the browser 'identifies' itself to the website, with this little application, it can 'pretend' to be Internet Explorer, try it out, it works very well.


see screenshots below (FireFox 1.0 in Fedora Core Release 3)


get the user agent switcher here





<a class="ipsAttachLink ipsAttachLink_image" href="<fileStore.core_Attachment>/post-13-1102066426.png" data-fileid="196">[img]<fileStore.core_Attachment>/post-13-1102066426.png[/img]</a>

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and now the same website with firefox pretending to be internet explorer

<a class="ipsAttachLink ipsAttachLink_image" href="<fileStore.core_Attachment>/post-13-1102066473.png" data-fileid="197">[img]<fileStore.core_Attachment>/post-13-1102066473.png[/img]</a>

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nice find.. i've been looking for something like that
Nice dood, thanks for pointing this one out, it works great in regular mozilla too.

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