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rampel Jan 20, 2004 05:39 AM
Make Mozilla 1.6 (for Win XP Pro) appear as I.E 6
Hi all,
I'm running Moz 1.6 on WinXP pro and liking it very much, very speedy too.
All's well except for one well known glitch: those infamous servers that will accept nothing othet than I.E (5-6)

I specifically remember a post by Dru in reply to my post on that same problem for MacOs 9.2.x - by creating a user.js file

What's the remedy for Moz 1.6 on Win XP Pro?
And, if it's the same or similar *.js file - where do I place it? (in Win XP Pro)

TIA
 
sniffer Jan 20, 2004 12:03 PM
Wrong forum or something....?
 
rampel Jan 20, 2004 12:50 PM
Quote
Originally posted by sniffer:
Wrong forum or something....?
Well, which is the correct one then?

Point is: haven't seen any windoze forum here
 
bradoesch Jan 20, 2004 05:48 PM
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Originally posted by rampel:
Well, which is the correct one then?

Point is: haven't seen any windoze forum here
Well, not to be rude, but what do you expect at MacNN? And in the Classic Mac and Mac OS forum as well? ;)

I would try the Lounge for Windows problems, they usually get answered there.
 
dru Jan 22, 2004 07:34 PM
Re: Make Mozilla 1.6 (for Win XP Pro) appear as I.E 6
Quote
Originally posted by rampel:
Hi all,
I'm running Moz 1.6 on WinXP pro and liking it very much, very speedy too.
All's well except for one well known glitch: those infamous servers that will accept nothing othet than I.E (5-6)

I specifically remember a post by Dru in reply to my post on that same problem for MacOs 9.2.x - by creating a user.js file

What's the remedy for Moz 1.6 on Win XP Pro?
And, if it's the same or similar *.js file - where do I place it? (in Win XP Pro)

TIA
It's probably the same, or nearly the same solution. Unfortunately, I don't know the answer to this, sorry. :p
 
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