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Discussion in 'macOS' started by Mord, Aug 2, 2004.
the thread title says it all
all you 10.4 users know what i'm talking about and it's damn annoying
shouldnt this be in feedback
You should have that problem since you shouldn't be using 10.4.
I don't think there is a way around it, I think it is just the way this version of Safari is.
For example, I can't use Safari 2.0 to connect the https sites for some reason. It really cheeses me off.
Let Arn know
I think it's just a layout bug in the curent beta of safari 2.0. Don't sweat it, it won't be complete for a year yet!
I'm using safari developer preview 1.3 and they're all bunched up too
This is a new one. People bitching at webmasters to get their sites compliant with software that hasn't even been released yet. Come on guys, do you think all Arn has to do with his life is look for alpha and beta software to comply with? I'd say, start bitching if it isn't fixed within a couple of weeks *after* the software is released.
I don't think we are 'bitching' at the webmasters to get their site compliant with Tiger, they are simply asking if there is an easy fix to the problem, like changing a preference or something.
But I agree, Arn shouldn't have to deal with re-writing his site to be compliant with Beta software.
You can fix them by stop using 10.4.
hell no 10.4 is completely stable on my ibook and i'm not going to throw that away, aside form a few ui bugs it's a great os, i'm not saying it will be the same for everyone (and it wont) but it's like that with me.
+rss is really cool
i can live with the tabs messed up it's just annoying
It's a bug in Safari, not Macrumors. The code they use for those tabs is entirely valid. Arn has known about this for quite a while, but there's not much he can do, since the code is already right. It's also been reported to Apple, so hopefully it'll be fixed sooner rather than later.