[pmwiki-users] Re: Perfection and Menus (WAS: onover-bundling) . . .
katir at hindu.org
Thu Mar 10 19:46:54 CST 2005
FYI, works fine, under Gemini, here on OS X:
Safari--Safari is "broken" (Java engine and CSS compliance is weak) in
many respects, but PMwiki is fine..
IE 5--which is totally defunct... I expected PMwikik to be totally
broken in IE 5 on the Mac, but, it's fine... the GUI btns show up very
slowly in the latter, but in FireFox and Safari... no problems, and
Netscape 7.2 OK...
On Mar 10, 2005, at 7:14 AM, Fred Chittenden wrote:
>> [Original Message]
>> From: John Rankin <john.rankin at affinity.co.nz>
>> To: Pmwiki-Users <pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com>; <drfredc at earthlink.net>
>> Date: 3/9/2005 7:59:08 PM
>> Subject: Re: [pmwiki-users] Re: Perfection and Menus (WAS:
> onover-bundling) . . .
>> On Thursday, 10 March 2005 4:26 PM, Fred Chittenden
> <drfredc at earthlink.net> wrote:
>>> GUIedit should be enabled by default as pmwiki's foundation
>>> should be ease of use.
>> Disagree. One of the great things about PmWiki is that it works
>> with any browser on any platform.
> This would NOT seem to be a problem with the config files, but
> going on somewhere else, perhaps in the wiki engine, Mac php handling,
> Mac Browsers.
> IMHO, this is likely to be such a short term problem that it's hardly
> dealing with globally for those few Mac Users effected.
> For those worried about this temporary Mac user bump, there is always
> option to temporarily set the GUI off, but the norm should be ON. AND
> find some MAC wizard to dive into the code and try to figure out the
> problem that appears unique to that platform.
> Or, if the webware can detect which browser and platform is being used,
> have it turned off. Bottom line, include some temporary screen
> documentation about how there's a bug in the Mac webware which causes
> GUI edit buttons not to work.
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