|28 Oct 2010||#3|
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Activex is an IE propreitary format, thats why.
Firefox E.g. doesnt implement activex unless you install a plugin. Reason for that is that activex's integration with windows makes it a potential security target and also because pages that require activex wouldnt load properly on non-windows OSs like linux/mac.
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