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Safari 1.0 Beta 2

I'm off to run some errands for a few hours, but I wanted to point out that Safari 1.0 Beta 2 is available here or via Software Update.

Will write more later. I've been using later versions for awhile now and I'm curious if some crashes, etc. that I've continued to have (antipixel.com crashes Safari v69 regularly) have been cleaned up.

All versions of Safari - including 1.0b2 (v73) routinely mess up my <pre class="small">. I've defined that to be a smaller font size than <pre>, yet Safari v62-73 all render them the same size. v60 did it properly. Here are two lines:

This text is wrapped in a normal pre tag.
This text is wrapped in a pre class="small" tag

You can see my stylesheet (which validates as proper CSS) here. Note the "pre.small."

Update: I've since modified my stylesheet to just render everything "pre" the same size. Screw it.

10 Responses to "Safari 1.0 Beta 2"

  1. Crashing Bore

    I hate it when I crash other people's browsers...

  2. Safari Beta 2

    Playing with Safari beta 2, and am really digging the tabbed browsing and autofill. The tabbed browsing has an annoying...

  3. No surprise

    To keep my predictability up, I'll join in to the numerous voices on the latest and greatest beta version...

  4. I got around this by using something like span class="smallcode" followed by a pre tag. Of course, I don't know what the hell I'm doing (nothing validates yet), so it was just dumb luck that it worked.

  5. Browser compatibility notes

    I have found that IE on the Mac doesn't always render this page correctly. I am fairly sure that since the page is valid XHTML and CSS, it's an IE bug. IE on the PC, or at least IE6 on...

  6. Dunno if this is a problem, but I went to Google's homepage and tried to open their tabs ("Web", "Images", "Groups") in a new Safari tab and it doesn't work.

  7. Standard question: Have you filed a bug report?

  8. Several, if you mean me.

  9. Browser compatibility notes

    I have found that IE on the Mac doesn’t always render this page correctly. I am fairly sure that since the page is valid XHTML and CSS, it’s an IE bug. IE on the PC, or at least IE6 on...

  10. In response to John, I believe that's because those aren't real links, but Javascript. Try it with the real links at the bottom of the page, and it works.


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