There shouldn't be too many people out there using OS9 only. However,
if they are, they have IE5.0 available, as well as Netscape, though
which version escapes me (I haven't used OS9 in a couple of years -but
it could be version 5).
Also there is a difference between Safari 1 and Safari 2. However,
Safari is only available in OSX.
On Jul 7, 2005, at 10:08 PM, Jon Trelfa wrote:
> I'm Mac-ignorant....
> I know that I can use Konqueror in Linux to test what websites will
> look like in Safari...but it's my understanding that it only covers
> more recent versions of Safari? Do I assume that *most* Mac users
> have OSX? Is there a percentage still using OS9? If so, what do I
> use to test pages for them? Do I test different versions of Safari as
> I would different versions of IE and Netscape? What versions would be
> the most prevalent?
> Like I said...I'm Mac ignorant
> I know this is a CSS group, but testing for cross-browser
> compatibility is paramount, so I figured this is the right list to
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