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abenson says

I think it would be a good idea if envato allowed its authors to use something similar to http://litmusapp.com/ (a browser checking app) so we can see what our templates look like across most browsers platforms.

Thoughts?

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simnor says

I think it would cost quite a lot to get that set up for everyone, although it would be a great addition

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BrianCoyDesign says

To bad their website is throwing errors. Makes me wonder about the backend technology stability.

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dontangg says

http://www.browsershots.org/ does a very similar thing. It takes screenshots of your web pages in several browsers of your choice. You do have to have your template on a publicly accessible server, though.

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fmchris says

Personally I’m just set up with VirtualBox from Sun. Free for what you need, and I can run Ubuntu and XP alongside Vista. That gets me Safari/Win, Opera/Win, IE6 ,7,8/Win, Firefox 2/Win, Firefox 3/Win, Firefox 2/Linux, Firefox 3/Linux, and Opera/Linux.

For Safari/OS X I just use Browershots, although so far WebKit is rendering the same on Win as it does on OS X . So I may phase that out soon.

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JJenZz says

I have been using LitmusApp to test most of my stuff but may soon give up my subscription there. It is a great service but I recently set up Win XP on another laptop of mine so am able to test IE6 , IE7, FF2 , FF3, Safari PC, Opera and now Chrome.

Seems I am only paying Litmus for Safari Mac testing which can be done for free at http://www.browsrcamp.com/

If you have Win XP with IE7 installed then you can always grab Multiple IE to get standalone versions of IE6 and even IE5 .5 (and less).

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