Help & Site Tecnical requirements
Although our site will work with most browsers, we strongly recommend using:
Mozilla Firefox 1.0 (or higher) Windows and Mac
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 (or higher) for Windows
Safari 1.1 (or higher) for your Mac.
Opera 6.1 (or higher)
Netscape 6 (or higher)
For the best user experience we recommend complaint browsers like Firefox(Download here) for windows, Safari for the mac.
Flash and Active X
Internet Explorer, ActiveX scripts must be allowed in order to fully display rich interactive content such Macromedia Flash 6 or higher. If you do not have flash installed, you will automatically be prompted to install see below.
Depending on your security settings, you may see a Security Warning dialog box. Click Yes to accept the ActiveX control .
If you have any questions visit Macromedia's Website for more information on how to install Flash.
A cookie is a piece of information sent to a browser by a Web Server. The browser then returns that information to the Web server. This is how some Web pages "remember" your previous visits; for example, an E-Commerce site might use a cookie to remember which items you've placed in your online shopping cart. Cookies can also store user preference information, log-in data, etc.
The information stored within a cookie can be read only by the web server that originally sent the cookie. Web servers cannot read cookies sent by other web servers.
Even if you have cookies enabled, it's possible that Microsoft® Internet Explorer 6.0 could still be ignoring cookies. This is particularly true if you have your Privacy setting at "High" or "Block all Cookies". Take the following steps in order to "Allow Cookies" In Internet Explorer:
- The first way is to reset Privacy settings to their defaults. Within MicrosoftÆ Internet Explorer 6.0, select "Internet Options" from the "Tools." In the Internet Options pane, select the "Privacy" tab. Then click the "Default" button to reset Privacy options to their default, and OK to close the window.
- If you want to retain your customized Privacy settings, you can add Invent-Tech.com as an exception. At the bottom of the Privacy tab is an area where you can add web site names as exceptions. Click "Edit" to open up the "Per Site" dialog box. Here, one just needs to add the site name and click the "Allow" button.
You can view a Flash Tutorial by clicking Here
To view the PDF versions of some of the documents on our site, you'll need Adobe© Acrobat© Reader.