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Hi EveryOne,
I am new to mac and i know c,c++ i want to develope an application for safari browser.
I want to display activex component on mac safari browser as we can see in IE.
Please tell me is this possible ?
and if Possible what wouldbe the approach for this.

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ActiveX does not exist on the Mac. Microsoft has chosen not to make it available.

Happily, most people seem to hate it, so (outside of games) its unpopular enough that it makes no difference to most Mac users whatsoever ... unless you are a Realtor.
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Hi Chas_m,
Means we cant open a website in the safari which is using acyivex component like media player ?


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Yes.

Luckily, in 30 years of surfing the web, I think I've run into this "problem" maybe three times, all involving cheap Linksys webcams from several years back.
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