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Hi,

How is scriptaculous doing with supporting firefox 1.5/2.x, ie6/7 and safari? Would you say it suuports all browsers, or are there areas that won't ever be supported in certain browsers? Thanks,

Andrew
 
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All of the Scriptaculopus examples were tested in IE6, Firefox 1.5 and Safari 2.0 (the screen shots in the Scriptaculous chapters are mostly, perhaps all, from Safari).

I did find a few cross-browser quirks here and there, but for the most part support across the browsers is good.

Are there specific issues you are dealing with? Even in my own testing it'd be impossible to achieve 100% coverage.
 
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Safari support for P & S is extremely good, because Thomas Fuchs and a lot of the Prototype/Rails crowd are Mac users. They do run the regression tests across a range of other browsers too, including IE.

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