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    • dan778 on Tue 28 Apr 2009
    • 11:40:05 AM UTC

    browsers

    I am using maxthon browser but WOT dos not work on it, How con=me

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    • LiVeRpUdLiAn932 on Tue 28 Apr 2009
    • 12:33:29 PM UTC

    RE: Browsers

    WOT only works on Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox, and is incompatible with Maxthon browser.
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      • Sami on Wed 29 Apr 2009
      • 06:25:07 AM UTC

      Re: Browsers

      It's more like Maxthon doesn't fully support IE add-ons.

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    • phantazm on Tue 28 Apr 2009
    • 12:44:29 PM UTC

    Sure..?

    It's correct that WOT works on FF and IE. But I'm not sure that these are the only ones...

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      • LiVeRpUdLiAn932 on Tue 28 Apr 2009
      • 12:53:14 PM UTC

      But...

      There are only 2 versions of WOT now. Only for firefox and IE. You cant find a Download WOT for Chrome! button anywhere on this site...
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        • phantazm on Tue 28 Apr 2009
        • 01:06:45 PM UTC

        Okay...

        Ok, I may be wrong. Perhaps I read about the possibility of including other browsers, but maybe it's not been done yet. And I can't recall the thread where I read about it...

        Btw, how about Opera..?

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        • Sami on Wed 29 Apr 2009
        • 06:28:00 AM UTC

        Re: Chrome

        That's because Chrome's extension system is not yet ready, but apparently it will be hard to miss the news once it is.

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    • c۞g on Tue 28 Apr 2009
    • 02:00:00 PM UTC

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    Which browsers does WOT support?
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    • evilfantasy on Tue 28 Apr 2009
    • 04:26:09 PM UTC

    Flock

    Works with Flock also :)

    http://flock.com/

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      • c۞g on Tue 28 Apr 2009
      • 09:44:10 PM UTC

      re: Flock

      Possibly because Flock is based on Mozilla like Firefox, but there appears to be no "official support" - WOT doesn't list Flock, and Flock does not list WOT.
      So it's a "take your own risk" add-on.

      But with Flock and FF being so similar, I don't see why WOT doesn't officially support it; maybe due to such a low user-base?
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        • Sami on Wed 29 Apr 2009
        • 06:24:36 AM UTC

        Re: Flock

        I don't see why WOT doesn't officially support it; maybe due to such a low user-base?

        Small number of users was certainly one reason we no longer mention Flock even though the add-on probably works with it.

        Unfortunately, I also had the impression that Flock didn't have much interest in having add-ons for their browser. For example, for a long time there was no way to even submit an add-on to their extensions site and now they accept only add-ons "designed specifically for Flock". What's up with that?

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    • Athlonite on Fri 10 Jul 2009
    • 08:37:19 AM UTC

    One More !!

    BobJam invited me to try another browser. It's CometBird which is basically a clone of Firefox 3.0.11. http://www.cometbird.com/ . Every add-on for Firefox works very well in CometBird including W.O.T. When I started using it , WOT asked to Sinc my profile which I did and am always signed in whenever I visit. It has however a few more options that you won't find in Firefox. Its fast and lighter. I haven't tried the latest Firefox (3.5) other than the RC but, it might even be just as fast.

    Athlonite.

    Your help is always needed.