One of the other problems that you have is that IE on a Mac is no longer
developed. They stopped at 5.2.3 (no relationship to Win IE versions) and
have not updated it since. They apparently refuse to do so b/c of Apple
releasing Safari as their browser of choice.

The ~one~ thing I dislike about my Mac is the Microsoft software. I doubt
you will get any relief..


----- Original Message ----- 
Subject: Apple iMac and Webfacing


> Anyone have any ideas why an iMac would have problems accessing a
> Webfaced page? It looks like Webfacing is choking on Unicode (UTF-8), but
> the iMac is using Unicode and Webfacing is setup to use Unicode. Can't
> access the page with Safari or Firefox at all (since it's not IE). IE 5.2
> gets the Unicode error, and Opera responding as IE 5.0 gets a 'get a
> later browser' error.
>
> IBM (lack of) support says...'Webfacing doesn't support Macs', which I
> feel is kinda lame. IBM doesn't seem to know much about Webfacing...I've
> had some long delays with support requests...it's almost not worth the
> time spent on the phone.
>
> Cross posting to Ignite.
>
> Any ideas appreciated.
>
> Thanks...
>
> - Michael


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