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Ebay auctivia help please!


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im new to the mac so i was wondering if anyone could help me out!

On my windows laptop i used to use the website auctivia to list things on ebay, since changing to a mac the listings just come up in html and im not sure how to change this! if anyone could help me out and tell me how i can get the site to look like it did on windows that would be much appreciated!

thankyou very much

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I just tried the site auctivia.com and it looks fine to me. Listings display OK. Not sure what you mean - the listings show up in html. Isn't that the way they're supposed to look?

The site may display differently when using IE (Windows) than in Safari (Mac). If you want the site to display like it did when you were using Windows, you might want to download and install Firefox 3.X. Firefox has an add in which emulates IE so that the pages will look the same as they did in Windows.

Go to Mozilla | Firefox web browser & Thunderbird email client and give Firefox a try.

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