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Attention Mac Users

Submitted by Brian on February 26, 2006.

Site News One of our new users let me know that he had problems with some of the site features when using Safari and Camino. But Firefox seemed to work okay. Please use the Feedback form to let me know of any other Mac issues you find. In the mean time, it looks like you should use Firefox...sorry...I will investigate the various PHP-Nuke forums and see what is up.


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Mac users, please leave a comment here and let me know what else you find. Thanks!

Brian | 26-Feb-2006 23:22:36 | Flag
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It seems that the Submit News feature doesn't work with Safari. Firefox does work however. I don't know if it's a Safari problem, or (more likely) a PHP-Nuke problem. I have started asking around on the various PHP-Nuke sites and will hopefully find something out soon.

Brian | 01-Mar-2006 22:00:24 | Flag
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I have gotten rid of the TinyMCE javascript editor; this was the source of the Safari users woes.

Brian | 25-Mar-2006 16:53:42 | Flag

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