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This is nice if you use Dreamweaver, but most people will prefer a standalone tool, such as BrowserSeal, which incidentally has many features that BrowserLab lacks, such as support for local and password protected sites
Browser Seal hmmmm….I was here to ask what people think of Browser Lab, but I guess you answered my question….
I change my statement. Browserseal is a tool that utilizes lame screen shots. It’s 2010 and we need live interactivity. Screen shots just don’t cut it.
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