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    There is an online version at the url I posted....
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    Which link? "Get CS Live", or "Try BrowserLab", or some other? The latter brings you to some registration page.
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    Try Browser Lab

    then when it loads, click the 'Test' link in top nav.

    Just register, it is free....
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    Hmm, I don't see that. After clicking that link (in FF) I get a "Sign up for CS Live" page, no "Test" links. (In IE the page is totally blank!) So I guess you have to sign up. ? Is it a trial of some kind or always free?

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    I've been using it for about 4-5 months now and not had to pay.
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    It appears this is a "complimentary subscription", just as they say, because the email I just got from them says "Subscription expiration date: 11-24-2011". So it appears it may be a trial.

    This is interesting. I see a problem though, some moron put an http:/// as default in the address bar at the top, which obviously doesn't work. It's pain to try and delete the 3rd / mark. It would be great if links would be clickable, but they are using screenshots that are generated.

    Thanks William, a very helpful tool.

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    The online browser lab thing does seem to have at least a year's free trial - trouble is that without Dreamweaver all you get is a screen shot of the site as first loaded. To see how anything works in rollover states / with javascript in action etc you seem to need Dreamweaver... Still useful to be able to view screens of Mac versions. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KatyS View Post
    The online browser lab thing does seem to have at least a year's free trial - trouble is that without Dreamweaver all you get is a screen shot of the site as first loaded. To see how anything works in rollover states / with javascript in action etc you seem to need Dreamweaver... Still useful to be able to view screens of Mac versions. Thanks.
    That's a good point, with screenshots you can't check interactive objects.

    I have DW installed (but never used it and don't know anything about it), so how can it help with this tool?

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