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Display Activex Plugin on safari

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Hi EveryOne,
I am new to mac and i know c,c++ i want to develope an application for safari browser.
I want to display activex component on mac safari browser as we can see in IE.
Please tell me is this possible ?
and if Possible what wouldbe the approach for this.

Thanks & Regards
Amit Kumar Mangal
post #2 of 6
As far as I am aware activex is a windows only plugin.

as it would be a exe file type that just simply doesn't work on mac
post #3 of 6
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Originally Posted by rob_06 View Post

As far as I am aware activex is a windows only plugin.

as it would be a exe file type that just simply doesn't work on mac

Hi Rob,
Thanks for replying
can we not open website which is using activex plugin on mac safari?


Thankyou
post #4 of 6
No. There are plugins for Firefox that enable Active X, but they won't work on a Mac. Stay away from Active X enabled websites.
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post #5 of 6
ActiveX is evil!!!!!






and Windows-only

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Originally Posted by AmitKumarMangal View Post

... I want to display activex component on mac safari browser as we can see in IE.
Please tell me is this possible ?
and if Possible what wouldbe the approach for this.

...

Active X is an infection vector for Windows. Active X content is not viewable within MacOS X. Using Active X excludes Mac users.
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