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    IE 6 For Mac OSX?

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    IE 6 For Mac OSX?
    So ... In my algebra class, we have to do homework online. And this website does not support Mac/Safari -- or ANYTHING ... except IE 6 or higher.

    Any suggestions of where I might be able to find a download?

    I really don't want to have to install windows and boot to that just to do ONE thing.
    13" MB, 2.1Ghz Core 2 Duo, 2GB RAM = <3

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    IE 6 For Mac OSX?
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    Do you have bootcamp and a copy of Windows ?

    If so use that

    If not Opera may work or Firefox

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    IE 6 For Mac OSX?

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    Unfortunately, no.
    And it explicitly states that NO browsers other than IE 6+ are supported.
    13" MB, 2.1Ghz Core 2 Duo, 2GB RAM = <3

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    IE 6 For Mac OSX?
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    IE 6 For Mac OSX?

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    Would this Firefix add-on work for you?

    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/59

    It works for me for a certain site that wants IE7.

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    IE 6 For Mac OSX?
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    have you tried it with firefox? becuase some sites say that just IE but you can actually see that page fine with other browsers
    i have opened up my eyes to a new world that new world is Mac

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    IE 6 For Mac OSX?

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    Yeah - I tried with Safari, IE 5.whatever (the last one they made for Mac), FireFox ... every time it tells me that I have to restart the session in an IE6 browser. And that kronenberg download gets to the part where it's extracting the cab files and then quits unexpectedly -- I got so excited when I found it, but after trying like 5 times I gave up.

    I guess I'm going to have to break down and use parallels.

    Thanks for the help, guys. Much appreciated. <3
    13" MB, 2.1Ghz Core 2 Duo, 2GB RAM = <3

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    IE 6 For Mac OSX?

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    Have you tried enabling the Debug menu in Safari and setting the User Agent to IE7?

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    IE 6 For Mac OSX?

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    Oooh, no. How do I do that?
    13" MB, 2.1Ghz Core 2 Duo, 2GB RAM = <3

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