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June 24, 2003

Safari 1.0

Safari 1.0 is out. Pretty darn good for a 1.0 release. It is not without CSS bugs though. Three happen to affect this blog:

  1. overflow:auto doesn’t work right. The scrollbar obscures the text.
  2. list-style-position:inside doesn’t work. The contents of the <li> overlap the numbers.
  3. border-collapse:collapse for tables doesn’t work.

Here’s a little reduction to illustrate the first two problems. For the third, just look at the table in the previous blog entry (ignore Safari’s lack of MathML support).

I’m hoping Dave Hyatt is hard at work on Safari 1.1.

Posted by distler at June 24, 2003 10:05 PM

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