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This Stack Overflow thread suggests that there are differences and the modes are not totally accurate. Depends on your definition of risk and how accurate the results have to be for you and your stakeholders
Sadly, years of playing with emulators of one form or another has taught me a very simple lesson: There is no substitute for testing your software on it's target No matter how good a simulator or emulator you are running, there will be enough situations that the sim/em-ulator doesn't cover 100% accurately that you are leaving potential problems I've also ...
The short answer is No. There are so-called capture/playback tools that purport to record a browser session and play it back for you automatically. In practice they are unreliable and/or require manual editing. This is especially true when the scenarios are long, the user interface is asynchronous, and the target spans multiple browser types/versions.
Have you tried having a look at Selenium or what is now called Webdriver (Selenium2)? You can use the Selenium IDE to record your tests on Firefox. However after the tests have been written they can be converted to other languages such as C#. Java. Once that is done its quite easy to get the same test to run on Internet Explorer, Chrome, Mobile browsers, ...
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