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I don’t understand why a JAVA (please excuse the shouting) application would require MS IE on an MS Windows platform to view its ‘HTML’ export. Obviously, the export isn’t HTML.

I don’t think my Mac and Linux customers would find this very useful, nor do I, running my (prefered) Opera Browser.

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With the just released Quantrix 1.2 application – HTML Export is compatible with the Mozilla Web browser version 1.7+ on both Windows and OS X.

Please see the support page of Quantrix.com for update instructions.

Regards,

-Mike

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The development team is working on this right now. I will keep the forum community posted on the progress.

-Mike

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The output is HTML, but it has lots of IE-specific features. I would like to see it work on Mozilla/Netscape/Firefox (not Netscape 4.x) as well.

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Right on – we were just discussing last week on how to incorporate other browsers into the mix for our web based export. We are doing some things that are pretty IE specific at the moment, but we are working hard to open up the scope of what browsers can be used with this export feature.

Stay Tuned!

-Mike