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March 03, 2006

WebDAV and Windows

Yesterday I had to manage some files over WebDAV. Explorer on Windows XP refused to open the share. The easiest way seemed to be to run konqueror over a remote X11 ssh tunnel from volatile.case.edu. Is functional WebDAV support slated for Windows Vista?

P.S. Windows web developers, this is probably a good way to see how khtml renders your pages.

Posted by ajc30 at March 3, 2006 11:33 AM

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P.S. Windows web developers, this is probably a good way to see how khtml renders your pages.

Keep in mind that Safari's rendering engine is essentially a fork of KHTML and that testing in Konqueror, while a good idea, does not mean you shouldn't track down a Mac and test in Safari as well.

Posted by: Andrew Witte at March 3, 2006 12:20 PM

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