Perhaps you could put it on a webpage and ask a Mac user to see if it 

BTW, there is no reason to use preg_match for that.  Instead use 
strpos(), it is MUCH faster.

In article <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Tom Malone) wrote:

> Sorry to bother you all with this, but I have no way to test this, as I have
> no access to a Mac. Could you tell me if this little piece of code looks as
> if it would work (detect whether someone's using the Mac OS)?
> if (preg_match("/mac/i", "$HTTP_USER_AGENT") || preg_match("/macintosh/i",
> "$HTTP_USER_AGENT") || preg_match("/ppc/i", "$HTTP_USER_AGENT") ||
> preg_match("/PowerPC/i", "$HTTP_USER_AGENT")):
>       $basefont = "Geneva";
> else:
>       $basefont = "Verdana, Helvetica, Serif";
> endif;
> It doesn't return an error, but that doesn't mean it works. I really
> appreciate your help. TIA
> Tom Malone
> Web Designer

Gabe da Silveira, Web Designer
Twin Cities Student Unions
University of Minnesota

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