tsj at unimelb.edu.au
Wed Oct 15 22:46:30 CDT 2008
Jim - Is that because the default user agent for Rev is ' Revolution
(MacOS)' or whatever, depending on what platform you're using and not that
of the underlying browser being used by RevBrowser. If so then you can
probably just change it using the libURLSetCustomHTTPHeaders command.
I'm just guessing, so I could be way off :)
On 16/10/08 2:18 PM, "Jim Sims" <sims at ezpzapps.com> wrote:
> I'd like to use revbrowser to access a web based chat.
> When I try to do that I get "We expect one of these browsers
> Explorer, Safari, blah blah blah"
> I'm guessing the site doesn't like whatever useragent the revbrowser
> (Safari/webkit?) sends.
> Anyone have any hints/ideas on how to get around this problem?
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