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celshader says

I have been using IETester to check some of my sites to see how they look in different versions of Internet Explorer and Its fantastic for checking the XHTML and CSS .

But I have gotten a couple of error messages come up in regards to javascript.

I have then double checked the sites with my copy of Internet Explorer 7 and the sites work fine. One of these sites is live and the client has never complained about error messages either.

Could there be anything wrong with the javascript or does IETester have a few bugs of its own when it comes to javascript. I noticed IETester is only at version 0.3.5 which would make it a Beta.

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CreatingDrew says

IE Tester definitely has a few bugs, I’ve noticed it doesn’t handle Javascript very well, especially with PNG fixes. Perhaps you could use browsershots.org or some other similar service to make sure.

Anyway, fix it for IE6 the best you can, hopefully, it won’t be required on the marketplace much longer.

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Orbital_Themes says

browsershots.org handles javaScript very well but sometimes you need to submit the request for screenshot few times because it tends to capture them before whole page loads. And it can take up to 30 minutes for single request to be processed. Why just not install virtual WinXp with IE6 and IE7 ?

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olziinaa says

ietester is not render cufon font ie6, ie7. are you happend this problem ???

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digitalimpact says

+1 pogoking

If you have Win7, then just install WinXP Mode and run IE7 standalone (side by side with the native IE6 ) ;)

That’s what I do and it works like a charm. Bonus points if you have 2 monitors :)

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olziinaa says

@digitalimpact thanks man. i haven’t 2 monitor. ietester not render with gradient, shadow cufon font.

so Ietester renders standart cufon with no problems.

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Pixelworkshop says

But IE doesn’t understand CSS3 (gradient, shadow)

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olziinaa says

i’m just know it. Thanks

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