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The IE7 script doesn't work in Firefox, but you should still include it using conditional comments so that other browsers don't even see the script. It doesn't offer any functionality for other browsers anyway, since it is a CSS compliance patch for IE6 that is intended to bring IE6 up to the same level of CSS compatibility as is found in other browsers.

I've tried to load up IE7's test page to no avail. Can you please send me a link to the test.html file, which should be present in the IE7 install directory.

A listing of that directory should look something like this:
blank.gif              ie7-css3-selectors.js      ie7.gif     ie7-server.css     test.html
ie7-base64.php         ie7-css-strict.js          ie7-graphics.js   ie7-squish.js      test-trans.png        ie7-dhtml.js               ie7-html4.js     ie7-overflow.js  ie7-standard-p.js
ie7-core.js            ie7-dynamic-attributes.js  ie7-ie5.js       ie7-quirks.js    ie7-xml-extras.js
ie7-css2-selectors.js  ie7-fixed.js               ie7-layout.js    ie7-recalc.js    README.txt

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