MOZiE 0.9 Beta for Windows

by Michael Cacciottolo

Avg. Rating 3.6 (11 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.0 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,677
Publisher Michael Cacciottolo
Homepage MOZiE

Publisher's Description

MOZiE is an extremely light-weight, free Windows application that allows Web designers the ability to compare page rendering in Mozilla and Internet Explorer simultaneously. MOZiE also contains other useful features such as: various screen-size emulations, the ability to launch active pages in external browsers (such as Opera) directly from the interface as well as IE 5 & 5.5 standalone support.

Latest Reviews

piter1

piter1 reviewed v0.9 Beta on Aug 18, 2004

Small, better then Comparator (don't need big .NET) and Scope (old), but i think version 0.8 was a little faster in viewing web pages

MikeyC

MikeyC reviewed v0.9 Beta on Aug 11, 2004

"Well, that's freakin' useful, soo informative... I've not tried either yet myself, just commenting on the inanity of the description."

Yeah, I have to admit the old description was pretty stupid. Fixed.

mbear

mbear reviewed v0.8 Beta on May 16, 2004

"MOZiE is very similar to Comparator". Well, that's freakin' useful, soo informative... OK, so go check out that one: "Comparator is a Web broswer [sic] with both IE and Mozilla embedded to compare websites." Hey, that's clear! So why the heck couldn't *that* description been used for MOZiE instead of making folks play hunt? Anyway, both look useful for web developers but I've not tried either yet myself, just commenting on the inanity of the description.

aalaap

aalaap reviewed v0.71 Beta on Apr 17, 2004

I used to think the same way about Java applications till I used Azureus. I just couldn't believe that a Java app could look so consistently Windows-like. Getting back to the topic, MOZie is an effort alright, but the author really needs to try and "sell" his product on its own, and not by just bashing up the competitor's.

MikeyC

MikeyC reviewed v0.51 Beta on Jan 7, 2004

sheppe wrote: "when you write applications using Java (which I believe was used in this case)."

Thanks for the positive review, Sheppe. I just want to point out that this program is NOT written in Java. It's HTML, CSS and JavaScript. The mere mention of the word "Java" has the potential to scare a lot of people away.

sheppe

sheppe reviewed v0.51 Beta on Jan 7, 2004

I give this program 5 stars. It's easy to use and does exactly what is advertised, which is great. The UI looks a bit dated, but that can't be helped when you write applications using Java (which I believe was used in this case). All in all this is a very useful program.

MikeyC

MikeyC reviewed v0.5 on Dec 30, 2003

Using MOZiE: mozie.zip must be unzipped to a new folder before use. There is no installation required, simply launch the mozie.hta file.

Users must either register the Mozilla ActiveX control (if Mozilla 1.5+ is already installed) by simply opening a DOS command prompt, going to the folder containing "mozctlx.dll" and typing "regsvr32 mozctlx.dll" or by downloading the Mozilla Control Installer by Adam Lock: http://www.iol.ie/~locka...la/control.htm#download

The "IE5.5 Snapshot" feature requires a system running IE6 with the IE5.5 standalone package available at: http://www.skyzyx.com/archives/000094.php

Any questions please let me know. You can contact me at: http://www.zeit.ca/information/

Avg. Rating 3.6 (11 votes)
Your Rating
piter1

piter1 reviewed v0.9 Beta on Aug 18, 2004

Small, better then Comparator (don't need big .NET) and Scope (old), but i think version 0.8 was a little faster in viewing web pages

MikeyC

MikeyC reviewed v0.9 Beta on Aug 11, 2004

"Well, that's freakin' useful, soo informative... I've not tried either yet myself, just commenting on the inanity of the description."

Yeah, I have to admit the old description was pretty stupid. Fixed.

mbear

mbear reviewed v0.8 Beta on May 16, 2004

"MOZiE is very similar to Comparator". Well, that's freakin' useful, soo informative... OK, so go check out that one: "Comparator is a Web broswer [sic] with both IE and Mozilla embedded to compare websites." Hey, that's clear! So why the heck couldn't *that* description been used for MOZiE instead of making folks play hunt? Anyway, both look useful for web developers but I've not tried either yet myself, just commenting on the inanity of the description.

aalaap

aalaap reviewed v0.71 Beta on Apr 17, 2004

I used to think the same way about Java applications till I used Azureus. I just couldn't believe that a Java app could look so consistently Windows-like. Getting back to the topic, MOZie is an effort alright, but the author really needs to try and "sell" his product on its own, and not by just bashing up the competitor's.

MikeyC

MikeyC reviewed v0.51 Beta on Jan 7, 2004

sheppe wrote: "when you write applications using Java (which I believe was used in this case)."

Thanks for the positive review, Sheppe. I just want to point out that this program is NOT written in Java. It's HTML, CSS and JavaScript. The mere mention of the word "Java" has the potential to scare a lot of people away.

sheppe

sheppe reviewed v0.51 Beta on Jan 7, 2004

I give this program 5 stars. It's easy to use and does exactly what is advertised, which is great. The UI looks a bit dated, but that can't be helped when you write applications using Java (which I believe was used in this case). All in all this is a very useful program.

MikeyC

MikeyC reviewed v0.5 on Dec 30, 2003

Using MOZiE: mozie.zip must be unzipped to a new folder before use. There is no installation required, simply launch the mozie.hta file.

Users must either register the Mozilla ActiveX control (if Mozilla 1.5+ is already installed) by simply opening a DOS command prompt, going to the folder containing "mozctlx.dll" and typing "regsvr32 mozctlx.dll" or by downloading the Mozilla Control Installer by Adam Lock: http://www.iol.ie/~locka...la/control.htm#download

The "IE5.5 Snapshot" feature requires a system running IE6 with the IE5.5 standalone package available at: http://www.skyzyx.com/archives/000094.php

Any questions please let me know. You can contact me at: http://www.zeit.ca/information/

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