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Hello.

I got a major problem. I really don't wanna use boot camp or any other programs to run windows. So my question is:

Do anyone know a program to mac, so I can view my websites like it will be viewed in IE7 and IE8 ?

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People still use IE?

But seriously, you can run IE7 via Crossover, or with a bit of work, you should be able to do it under DarWINE.

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Hello.

I got a major problem. I really don't wanna use boot camp or any other programs to run windows. So my question is:

Do anyone know a program to mac, so I can view my websites like it will be viewed in IE7 and IE8 ? Morten, Webdesigner
In addition to what cwa107 advised you, if you're using Safari 4.05 you can add the "develop" menu to the Safari menu bar from preferences. Then just click on the develop menu, click on user agent, select IE 7 or 8.

I'm not sure how well it will render the page that way, so you might want to experiment a bit first.

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About the developer menu in safari, it doesn't work, so maybe I will have to run crossover.

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