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    Macintosh Need help in troubleshooting 3 year old bug on a Mac/Safari

    Hi!

    There have been numerous reports that Twofifty doesn't load up in Safari on a Mac. It's due to a JavaScript problem that I hadn't the chance to drill down on simply because I don't have access to a Mac Everything works fine on IE/Mozilla/Opera on Windows. And I think I didn't go beyond standard DHTML. The main page is a static HTML and I use an invisible iframe to inject content into divs.

    Can someone with a Mac be kind enough to try to locate the source of the problem?
    Last edited by MaGnA; 06-08-2005 at 11:23 PM.

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    I've got access to a mac at school tomorrow...I can look for you if no one else has done it by then

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    The site looks ok in Safari...I haven't looked at it on Firefox/Win, but all I get in Safari is the design and plenty of "loading..." text, however the actual design *has* loaded.

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    I chose bad wording in saying "load up". The HTML loads up fine, but due to a JavaScript incompatibility, the page gets stuck with a bunch of "Loading..." text here and there. Ultimately all the "Loading..." text should be replaced by content.

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    Macintosh

    I didn't look at the source, but if the "loading" thing is just a placeholder, then it works fine in Safari 2.0.


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