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    Default 20 Jun 2010 @ 15.07

    Ehh I prompted my viewers with too low of IE that they need to update lol...
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    Default 23 Nov 2010 @ 12.14

    Has anyone used this: Multi-Browser Viewer | Cross Browser Testing - Standalone Browsers & Screen Capture Testing

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    Default 23 Nov 2010 @ 13.27

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    Has anyone used this: Multi-Browser Viewer | Cross Browser Testing - Standalone Browsers & Screen Capture Testing

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    I haven't used it. I use 3 computers, 1 mobile and IETester to test a website. This looks a little more economical. I wish I hadn't seen that now... I was going to use 'browser testing' as an excuse to treat myself to a new macbook for xmas.
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    Default 23 Nov 2010 @ 13.39

    If it works it'd be a godsend - next project that requires extensive testing I'll give it a shot. Would have preferred a fully featured trial for 1-3 days rather than a crippled version for 14 though to preview it.

    Hope the IE7 browser doesn't crash every 5 mins like IETester
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    Default 2 Dec 2010 @ 01.19

    i use browsershots. i find it gives me a good idea of what the site looks like across different browsers
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    Default 2 Dec 2010 @ 06.07

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    i use browsershots. i find it gives me a good idea of what the site looks like across different browsers
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    browser shots is a nice tool but you cannot test the website. A screenshot is ok but if you have a javascript pop up or whatever it does nothing to confirm that this will work.
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    Default 2 Dec 2010 @ 07.57

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    i use browsershots. i find it gives me a good idea of what the site looks like across different browsers
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    and of course it can't look behind firewalls; which for me means it is useless
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    Default 13 Jun 2012 @ 03.52

    Hi,

    Just posting as someone may look at this thread now.

    You can write simple Selenium code which will walk through your web site in different browsers and make screenshots. We do full functional testing with Selenium and here is example of reports we generate. Your code will be much simpler. You can execute it on our system - Nerrvana. We also had some requests from people who do not want to code but run Selenium tests recorded with Selenium IDE on Nerrvana.

    If you want to go this path let me know

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