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    Caveat surfer Buddy Bradley's Avatar
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    One more browser to test in, folks...

    http://www.apple.com/safari

    How long is it going to take someone to find the tiny little CSS/JS differences between Safari on Mac and on Windows?

    It feels weird using Safari on Windows, anyway....

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    Sweet! Now we have 3 excellent browser engines available on all 3 major desktop OSs.

    I've had Swift 0.2 for a few weeks, but this is even better.

    I hope they provide a way to enable the Debug menu in the Windows version.

    Edit: It doesn't seem to allow passing it a URL as an argument like other Windows browsers do.
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    Oh crap, I've just purchased a year-long subscription to Browsercam in order to test my sites in Safari... anyway, thanks ^^

    /EDIT: well, it seems its not working properly, at least for me... I tested it on a forum and I got lots of invisible text.

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    You can use BrowserCam to test in older versions of Safari. I expect a fair number of people will still be using older versions of MacOS X that won't work with this new version of Safari.

    Don't forget to submit a bug report to Apple. If they don't know about it, they can't fix it.
    Last edited by Kravvitz; Jun 11, 2007 at 13:11. Reason: :P is not recognized.
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    You're right Kravvitz, and it was so dirty cheap that I couldn't avoid to subscribe lol

    I'll submit the bug now


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