Hi, I'm a Program Manager for SuperPreview and wanted to blog a bit about how the technology of SuperPreview works. My goal is to help our users better understand the capabilities of SuperPreview and some of its limitations.
SuperPreview relies on the locally installed browser rendering engines to take a snapshot in time of how the page is rendered. In taking this snapshot we do a few things to provide the most complete picture possible.
To do comparisons, SuperPreview for Internet Explorer uses your locally installed browser versions. It also includes a copy of Internet Explorer 6, allowing users to escape the neccessity of a virtual machine for testing IE 6. Depending on which version of IE you have installed different browser versions will appear available in SuperPreview.
We are currently aware of problems with IE 6 not showing up on Win 7 and are actively investigating. For other known issues please review the Release Notes (readme.en.htm in your install directory.)
Download SuperPreview for Internet Explorer
Hopefully this post will help you better understand what SuperPreview does and how you can incorporate it into your workflow to more easily design cross-browser compatible sites.
PingBack from http://www.clickandsolve.com/?p=25069
My earlier post Test your websites in different versions of Internet Explorer has received a lot of hits
I am unable to get the SuperPreview of WE4 to function. When I had the 30 day trial version of WE4, I had the same problem until Microsoft sent me an authorization link to get it working. Now that I have purchased the program, I am having the same difficulty... and Microsoft has not notified me that they will be sending me an authorization link. I have a feeling it is as simple as that. But, I have now idea as to how to contact the people who can help. Any suggestions???