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    Default M2 broken under Safari

    Has anybody been sucessful in running the examples of the M2 release under Safari ?

    I have some problems like, the collapse/expand image of the DwtTree not showing up.
    Also, the DataViewer example seems not to be working at all. My example (http://www.zimbra.com/forums/showthread.php?t=552) is also not showing the buttons under safari.

    Is the M2 code suppose to work on Safari ? It is working fine on IE and Firefox. In firefox, there is a small bug with the Cursor and some CSS issues (back-ground color of the tree example being light pink).

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    Default Safari not yet supported

    Safari isn't really supported yet - we're moving in that direction, but we're not there yet.

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    Ok,

    I thought you actually supported Safari, because the M1 code was working fine.

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    Just curious, what version Safari are you using... I can use Safari v2.0.2 relatively better than the previous version.

    Feel free to make a list of things that arent working as they should and post them here

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    Quote Originally Posted by pshah
    Just curious, what version Safari are you using... I can use Safari v2.0.2 relatively better than the previous version.

    Feel free to make a list of things that arent working as they should and post them here
    I got to make the examples work on the 3 browsers finally.

    I tested the M2 release examples under IE 6, Firefox and Safari 1.3.1. On the three browsers, the cursor when positionned outside a Dwt Element, is sometimes either the "waiting cursor" or a "your are not allowed to click here" cursor. This can cause some troubles for the cases where you mix html with widgets as the user will think that the rest of the page cannot be clicked.

    I am just a bit surprised by the cursor changing shape.

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