I did it a few times and each and every time I had follow ups thanking me, telling me how much they hated Explorer but they were forced to use it, and that they didn’t know about the risks of using it.
you never needed that, selenium always had multiple method available to wait for page loads or to wait for specific div to become available in the dom or visible in the viewport.
anyway, I don't understand the usefulness of a mobile web render into a browser: a tall, narrow frame is no substitute of a mobile device. for one the rendering engine is not the same, secondly you don't get touch events generated for it, thirdly hover and pixel density media queries straight up won't work
Tried again and now it doesn't load. Maybe I'll try later. Looks cool though
I built a tool that does something similar, here is your site: https://app.pagewatch.dev/62189ac2393594d963561b5426c1215055...