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Hi Guys

I have a windows Vista laptop of which will not run Adobe SVG Viewer. Is there a workaround or an alternative product that will offer the same functionality?

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"http://www.irfanview.com/
As far as I know, IrfanView requires a shareware plug-in to view SVG files.

You can use Renesis Player for Windows Vista."

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Thanks the alternative works fine.

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