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Can DMS be edited with Safari or Firefox?

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seattle5021209    0
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I do not use Google Chrome, therefore I have been postponing buying DMS until I am able to use Safari or Firefox.

Are there any plans for DMS to be able to be edited using Safari or Firefox?

Thank you.

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Simon    247
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There are many plugins that can change your browsers ident string allowing you to use ANY browser.

I think you can even change safari ident in its developer tools.

Chrome has a far better javascript engine.

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Thank you for your helpful response. 

 

Perhaps in the future DMS will run natively on Safari and Firefox.

 

Best.

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Dear Simon_P,

 

Thank you again for your helpful response.  

I wanted to add that on Safari you can activate the "Develop" menu under preferences.  After that, it is just a matter of choosing "User Agent" and choosing the browser identity one wishes Safari to be.

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Yeah you can as you mentioned above in Safari. However, I am not sure this can be done in FF, IE or Opera without the use of plugins/extensions. However, not sure why you would really want to use any other browser Chrome > All! ;)


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I too wish other browsers were enabled by default. Chrome used to be leaps and bounds ahead of other browsers for processing JS, and now I believe they're comparable. Dare I say even newer versions of IE can be surprisingly good.

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