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Web Browser Simulator / Emulator Software?


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stearmandriver

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Hi,

I've googled around for this and been surprised by the lack of results.

Does anyone know if there's a decent browser simulator that will run on an XP platform and give me an idea of how my sites will look in other browsers? I'm particularly interested in one that will emulate Safari / Firefox on a Mac, since I don't have a Mac and therefore can't run them.

On a related note, I just installed Safari for Windows. Nice browser. For standardization purposes, does Windows Safari generally display things the same as Mac Safari?

Thanks...
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Metallica

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http://v03.browsershots.org/

You can point to the url and choose the browsers you're interested in.
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Great, thanks! Their service seems to be down right now - it just hangs on the screen to choose the options - but I'll hope that's temporary and try again in a little bit. Looks like a great service!
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Oh ok, that's an outdated link is all. www.browsershots.org goes to the new version.

Works GREAT.
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Yikes. You're right ofcourse.

Ah well. I knew they existed and how they were called,
so I was glad to put you on their trail. :)
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