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    Mozilla ( MAC <> WIN) !

    Mozilla for Mac is totally different than Mozilla for PC (windows)
    nothing works with Mozilla for Mac !
    do you know why ?

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    Could you be a little more descriptive?

    One of the main advantages of Mozilla is that it is the same across platforms. Therefore, what you are saying without further elaboration is not making sense.

    Are you using a nightly build?

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    sorry for the new thread ,it was an answer

    I have no Mac but I told a friend of mine to download Mozilla for Mac to see my site, and he says that he cannot see it

    I have Mozilla for PC and my site is exactly as I want it (XHTML + CSS compatible)

    then I just do not understand !

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    I'll say the same thing I said in the other thread you started on this subject - we need a URL or your page's code to even begin to see why there might be a problem. It's far more likely that the problem lies in the way you've coded your page than in the browser or OS.

    Neil

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    Having both a Mac with OS 9, OS X...
    as well as 2 PC's... I can personally state on the record that rendering is exactly the same across platforms...

    The only difference I have ever seen is Anti-Aliased text in Mozilla 1.1+ for Mac OS X....

    And that does nothing to layout.


    I would guess there is a connection issue, or some other underlying issue.
    Robert Accettura

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    I found one difference - the default physical width of the scrollbar is different across win/mac and linux builds of mozilla, and even among different win builds of mozilla. This only makes a difference when you have absolutely positioned content, which is set full-width using window.innerWidth.

    But that wouldn't account for a whole page not showing. Like others have said, we need to see a URL


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