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    IE Mac-Forums
    I'm running OS9.

    When I try to log-in on here using Internet Explorer 5.1.4. it really doesn't log-in..

    It shows that usual 'click here to return to the page you were viewing' or whatever it says when you're logging in, but then I still see the unfilled username and password forms.

    I try posting, doesn't work obviously.

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    Well you seem to be here!

    Anyway, IE is older and less reliable than my Grandad's rusty watch, so check out this resource

    http://darrel.knutson.com/mac/www/browsers.html

    Browsers-a-plenty!
    In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is stoned to death.
    - Joan D. Vinge


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    In Classic days preferred iCab3 - here is a link as it is still available:-

    http://www.icab.de/dl.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by harryb2448 View Post
    In Classic days preferred iCab3 - here is a link as it is still available:-

    http://www.icab.de/dl.php
    iCab could display Mac Forums unbelievably good, and the speed is stupendous. It really puts he stupid in stupendous.


    But to be serious now it really didn't run that great.. I mean pages displayed alot better but the speed is just horrible.

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    Well that is how it happens using Classic. It is much slower than OS X.

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