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chipree
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Short question. I meen, let’s be serious… is there no good way yet to test websites on IE on a MAC ? there must be a good, easy way.. no virtual machines and no dual booting. A app or something.

And if you’re going to suggest a web app, please be sure it’s 100% working and legit first.

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KChristensen
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I’m myself using VMware with Windows 7 but there are also alternative solutions such as,

- https://browserlab.adobe.com/ (Free and work quite well, account is required)
- http://litmus.com/ (For Email newsletter testing, starting at $49)

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organicbee
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vmware, parallels , wine, bootcamp

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chipree
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I’m myself using VMware with Windows 7 but there are also alternative solutions such as, - https://browserlab.adobe.com/ (Free and work quite well, account is required)
- http://litmus.com/ (For Email newsletter testing, starting at $49)

Did you test browserlab.adobe.com with a windows ie in parallel ? does it work as it should? I remember testing it and it was buggy.

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KChristensen
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I’m myself using VMware with Windows 7 but there are also alternative solutions such as, - https://browserlab.adobe.com/ (Free and work quite well, account is required)
- http://litmus.com/ (For Email newsletter testing, starting at $49)
Did you test browserlab.adobe.com with a windows ie in parallel ? does it work as it should? I remember testing it and it was buggy.

I have only tried browserlab in Safari on Mac, but it does work as it is supposed to. But If you have quite a few pages to test, It can be a bit slow, compared to a native browser.

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360Degrees
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I use BootCamp, but I have other PCs in my house.

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Hy-Studio
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VMWare with IETester, works good :)

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theMOLITOR
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Parallels with IE tester, hands down… http://www.themolitor.com/2009/10/ie-tester/

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PixelStores
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Anything for Mac OSX 10 .4?

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gbs
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As far as I know the popular way is to use VMWare with IETester :)

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