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Is there any program that emulates how Windows browsers like render sites? It would be handy especially for IE (even for Firefox - I've seen Firefox Mac and Firefox Windows sites display differently before)?
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With Parallels (or even BootCamp), you could just open your projects in native Windows and see exactly what's going on with your designs.

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I would second Parallels. That way, you could easily swtich back and forth between Windows and Mac OS to check your design on a multitude of browsers.

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theres a couple of website that display what ur website would look like in different browsers

http://browsershots.org/
http://www.browsercam.com/
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