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I am having trouble using Natwest online banking in linux. I get a webpage saying it only works in IE or netscape 4.0-4.78. Does anyone know a workaround for this. I tried the option in konqueror where you can say 'my browser is IE' to the outside world, but it seems their webpage is clever and sees through this trick. Ideally I want to have it work in mozilla firebird since that is my favoured browser. googling seems to show their is no published workaround by anyone as of yet, but perhaps someone here knows or hasnt seen this problem before and has a fresh idea after reading this.
yes, but unfortunately it doesnt, i would reccomend as speter did that you change banks in protest, i use the halifax myself and although i dont like the idea of online banking, it works absolutly fine from mozilla, it doesnt work in w3m but i shouldnt moan.