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A non-standard way to reload a page in Safari 3
Authored by: Whosawhatsis on Jul 23, '07 09:10:05AM

It seems to only work reliably with a double-click, otherwise it sometimes doesn't work for me (clicking on the same pixel). It almost makes sense... someone might have thought it would be a good idea to turn the address bar into a reload button (it already doubles as a progress bar), further shrinking the number of items in the toolbar. Of course, clicking inside a text field already has a function, so it doesn't really work unless there's a portion of the widget that doesn't already respond to clicks, which could only be the focus ring. It could be an experimental function that they forgot to take out after it didn't work as expected.

Either that, or somebody's finger slipped in interface builder. With Cocoa, that's probably all it would take.

I was offered a penny for my thoughts, so I gave my two cents... I got ripped off.

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