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Old 12-05-2008, 03:45 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by i92guboj View Post
If the problem is truly that the web uses ActiveX (I have no way to check). The only solution would be to tell him to drop ActiveX, and use a standard technology like PHP, that will work on ALL the browsers. ActiveX is disliked for a number of reasons overall involving security, and will never be available on anything that's not IE. It's an MS technology and it's not available for anyone that's not MS. Period.

Anyway, if you are running IE inside Firefox, then I assume you are in Windows (right?) so it's not a Linux related problem any longer.
Bah, the website developer might be one of those point and click programmers that doesn't know how to develop outside M$



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