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this page requires a plug in viewer but i cant figure it out for mac. it worked on my old pc but i no longer have that pc and i need faster access to the page without using virtual pc. http://www.maricopa.gov/Assessor/GIS/Default.aspx if anyone can figure out how to view the interactive maps your help would be greatly appreciated.
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The Assessor GIS site uses an ActiveX MapGuide control from Autodesk,
which requires Internet Explorer 5 or higher.
ActiveX is a Windows only thing. There is no way to view this page on a Mac without VPC.

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