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    Question Are there non-win32 browsers available for win32?

    As a webdeveloper I want to build my site as good as possible. I'm testing in different browsers but I want more browsers to add to my list. I've the following browsers:

    Firefox, all versions
    Internet Explorer 5.5 and 6
    Opera 6+, 7+ and 8+
    Lynx

    Lynx is originally for Linux, but there is a zip package of it for win32.

    I want to add to my list Konqueror and Safari, both are non-win32 browsers, so my question is: Can I download Safari and/or Konqueror for win32?

    I can test Konqeror using Knoppix but that's not wat I want.

    Hope you got the answer I wanna here.

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    This should do what you want -

    http://kde-cygwin.sourceforge.net/

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    So if I'm correct, Cygwin emulates a sort of virtual machine with KDE? Is this also available for Mac?

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    KDE can be installed within X11 on OS X.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Error 404
    KDE can be installed within X11 on OS X.
    Ok that's fine, but I run Windows as written in my startpost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Masterslave
    Ok that's fine, but I run Windows as written in my startpost.
    I was just answering you last question. In other words, there is no reason for it on the Mac OS.

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    Sorry, but I meant can Cygwin also emulate MAC like Cygwin emulate the KDE Desktop. Sorry understanding english goes well but to write it, that's another story.

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    There's PearPC, which is neither fast, nor legal to install OS X on.

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    Ok thanks, I'll look at it in the weekend.


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