Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by hsmith, Jun 14, 2006.
that is all
fucking dhtml hacks for IE
I know of one person that comes to mind... (he really likes raid, btw)
but i guess shame on me for not properly testing against IE
yea, I always test against FF/Opera/MSIE because that addresses most people. I don't have a mac, so no safari testing available to me.
I stand by my statement that I'd buy a few copies of OSX if they could run on my PC. But, alas, Apple screwed that up
I know a couple people who have made it work. Consensus is it's definitely not worth the trouble.
well, it randomly crashes
you can be using it for 2 hrs and it may die.
but i *think* i know what it is, issues with using DOM to create objects with createElement, ect.
so i am ditching the right way to do it and reverting to innerHTML
i'd love to get a mac
the only way i can test is to run over to the apple store and give a quick run through
I don't have an Apple Store within a few hours
isn't safari based off of Opera? that is what someone told me
if that is the case, if it works on opera, it more than likely will work right on safari
no. Safari was based on KHTML, which was taken from the GPL KDE Project.
well i will punch of office mate in the face
hit him once for me