Mark Hansen wrote:
I've noticed how Facebook works with SM as well, and reported it via the
broken web site tool.
On 04/12/09 06:36, DoctorBill wrote:
OPeter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
change your user agent to Firefox:
I had to join Facebook recently for some friends and relatives.
A lot of the "buttons" and Links do not work when I enter Facebook
using SeaMonkey 1.1
I have to use I.E.
Is there anything I can do about this or is it FaceBook's programmers
I clicked the link and installed the xpi.
Do I do anything else or is the problem fixed ?
It's been a while since I installed the UA switcher, but if I recall
correctly, it doesn't come with any Firefox user agent strings
installed. You'll need to add some yourself.
You can search the web for lists of user agent strings for various
browsers, then just create the ones you want to emulate, like
Firefox 2.0 or whatever.
There may be an easier way that I am not aware, but try this:
After installing the User Agent XPI file, launch the browser and go to
Tools -> User Agent Switcher -> Options -> Options, click on User
Agents, then click on the Add button. Use the following (replace any
data with the data you want, if different):
Description : Firefox 2.0
User Agent : Gecko/20070802 Firefox/18.104.22.168 SeaMonkey/1.1.4
App Name : Firefox
App Version : 22.214.171.124
Platform : Linux
Vendor : Firefox
Vendor Sub :
For Platform, I use Linux. You may want to use Win32 or Windows NT 6.0.
Then, when you want to go to a web site that is improperly sniffing, just
go to Tools -> User Agent Switcher -> Firefox (or whatever you called it)
and your browser will now send the new UA string.
Keep in mind that the User Agent setting will reset when you close the
browser, so you don't have to worry about setting it back.
I use Prefbar's user agent switcher and also spoof FF 2.0.x Linux.
Facebook still complains about an outdated browser but the buttons work.
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