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Macromedia website hates Opera!
I love Opera ;)
richardb




msg:1583652
 10:56 am on Oct 27, 2003 (gmt 0)

OK I dragged myself off of IE kicking and screaming but I did it. Opera I must admit I love... So I was kinda surprised when yesterady trying to get into the exchange MM hit me with...


Please Use a Supported Browser

Your browser (Opera) is not supported by macromedia.com. For the best possible experience, please use the latest version of one of the following browsers:

Microsoft Internet Explorer >

Netscape Navigator >

Mozilla >

AOL >


Tried to spoof ID as MSIE5 still no go, that might fool ATW but MM browser detection is good. Further reading turns upů


At this time Macromedia.com does not fully support the following browser/versions. Macromedia is actively working with these companies to resolve issues with the following browsers.

Netscape 6.2 and earlier (Mac and Win)
Internet Explorer 4.x and earlier (Mac and Win)
Opera (all versions and platforms)
Camino 0.7
Mozilla 1.3 (Macintosh OS X)

Other requirements
JavaScript is used for key functionality on macromedia.com. Because of this Javascript 1.2 or later must be enabled.

Enable JavaScript in your browser. Consult your browser's Help section for information on how to change this setting.
Upgrade your browser to a version that supports JavaScript 1.2 or higher (see browser list above).

Cookies need to be enabled for certain portions of our site.

Make sure cookies are enabled. Consult your browser's Help section for information on how to change this setting.


Ok so any comments why? What issues are MM trying to resolve with these unsupported browsers?

Rich

 

dragonlady7




msg:1583653
 12:09 pm on Oct 27, 2003 (gmt 0)

That's truly weird, especially given that Dreamweaver MX 2004 actually uses Opera as its rendering engine and comes bundled with Opera version 6.0.

DrDoc




msg:1583654
 3:30 pm on Oct 27, 2003 (gmt 0)

I think the "issues" are mainly related to Opera's somewhat quirky handling of certain plugins. Also, it has some minor JavaScript issues...

lorax




msg:1583655
 3:51 pm on Oct 27, 2003 (gmt 0)

Hmm...

See

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richardb




msg:1583656
 8:54 pm on Oct 27, 2003 (gmt 0)

Everyone ta for the pointers, so it looks like everything is off between MM & O.

I wonder who will gain? A shame from MM POV.

Doc what are "it has some minor JavaScript issues"?

Rich

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