No KHTML/KJS/etc (Konq/Safari) compatibility
- CSS box-sizing : border-box; /* compatible with IE */
- scroll event
- XML HTTP request + XPath
- popup box/window
I was playing a little bit with Konqueror 3.0 and the first impression was - hopeless. KHTML might be a decent browser but no way close to an 'application platform'.
It is probably still possible to make something similar working in safari as it is today - but this would mean a special way of styling, special way of handling events, etc.
I very much like the idea that with current grid you need to do everything only once and it works for both IE and Mozilla (through emulation where necessary). I don't feel it will work the same way with safari.
I did not come to XML data models yet. Safari does not support XPath, so XML data model there might have very limited functionality.
Also, any idea when an alpha or beta of version 2 might be available?
I too would like to know when the alpha version would be ready for download.
I have a number of request for support of the Safari browser on a Mac, but have simply been telling them that my implementation is more of an application, and not just a website. Their experience with the Safari browser must not be very good to date, so they're pretty understanding when they see that it won't work.
Plus, the Safari browser on a Mac is only 1.79% of my traffic anyhow, so it would be like reducing the speed limits on the entire national highway system to compensate for the slower original model-T's.
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