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Possible Safari fix for misbehaving websites
Authored by: digiglyphics on Sep 09, '03 11:21:49AM

I agree with every single comment posted here. And apple and photospin have both been notified of the issue and claim that they are working on it. In the meantime, I have clients I have to provide for. Photospin is one of my suppliers. We shouldn't have to do business this way but for now it works. Some of you may be in similar situations until safari catches fire with web designers. We should (and I have!!) complain but we still have to get our work done too.

I have absolutely hated IE for some time now but keep it around just for this very reason. Safari is leaps better and I'm will to work the lean times for now.

Glad this has helped some of you though. Can't say how much I love this forum enough. You people are the best!

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"real skill comes without effort..." Li Mu Bai - Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon



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Possible Safari fix for misbehaving websites
Authored by: bausch on Sep 09, '03 07:22:10PM

I've read this thread with interest. I updated with the Safari Enhancer at VersionTracker and now have the debug menu. By switching the user agent to Mac MSIE 5.22 I can now post my golf scores online at ghin.org using Safari! Geez, I'm so happy to have solved such a pressing problem. ;-)



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Possible Safari fix for misbehaving websites
Authored by: raider on Sep 09, '03 07:31:21PM

Just try and remimber to switch it back. (do you need to or does it go back by default?). Oh yeah, and send them an email. ;) I think we've pounded the point home, eh?



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Possible Safari fix for misbehaving websites
Authored by: digiglyphics on Sep 11, '03 09:25:16AM

as mentioned before this works on a tab by tab, session by session basis. Once you quit, close or go to a new tab your agent is automatically chosen (default). Unless you've previously set the tab you've gone to to use another user agent.

Peace.

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"real skill comes without effort..." Li Mu Bai - Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon



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