Bill Davidsen wrote:

> Gerry Hickman wrote:
>
>>Chris Ilias wrote:
>>
>>>_Phillip Pi_ spoke thusly on 31/01/2006 4:04 PM:
>>>
>>>>Is it safe to use Seamonkey to replace my Mozilla v1.7.12 in Windows,
>>>>Mac OS X 10.2.8, and Linux?
>>>
>>>Yes.

>>
>>Certainly "safe" (it won't break his computer or anything), but he could
>>have trouble with a lot more websites than under 1.7.12
>>
>>e.g. When I first switched to SeaMonkey, I suddenly could not log onto
>>my bank anymore! They refused to add it to their manifest or take it
>>seriously for reasons we discussed in the thread about it not being on
>>Mozilla home page and not being an "official" supported Mozilla product
>>(if that's the correct terminology)
>>
>>In the end I had to hack the UserAgent string to pretend to be 1.7.12
>>

>
> Need that on a per-site basis! I can't tell you how many crap sites
> won't let you in if you don't use MS software.

which crap sites are those?

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