I gave Apple a second chance with Safari for Microsoft Windows environment. Check out the screen shot of Safari with our Professional Web Services website. Apple Safari on Microsoft Windows XP ComputerProfessional Web Services Read the previous posting: Apple Safari For Windows Partial Menus For Many I am pleased to report, that the partial menus [...]Good News Apple Safari Now Works in Windows
I gave Apple a second chance with Safari for Microsoft Windows environment.
Check out the screen shot of Safari with our Professional Web Services website.
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Read the previous posting: Apple Safari For Windows Partial Menus For Many
I am pleased to report, that the partial menus problem is not the case anymore.
But, just to be on the safe side of getting this to work properly, I read on Grupenet to “please make sure the read-only option on your Fonts.plist file is unset.”
I believe this is if you have previously installed Safari and used his fix on the previous version. See the comments below from Jared. His instruction is as follows: ‘unset read-only on the “Fonts.plist” which is located in “C:\Documents and Settings\%USERNAME%\Local Settings\Application Data\Apple Computer\Safari” on Windows XP and “C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Local\Apple Computer\Safari” on Windows Vista.’ See comments.
I personally like to have the status bar on at the bottom of the Safari program when running. The user can turn this on or off depending on their preferences. Go to the View menu and select Show Status Bar to have the bottom of the browser display information such as when your cursor is placed over a link, the status bar will display the link location. If you want to have the Tab bar always displayed, simply select view Tab. The tab bar is nice to have because you can right click on the existing tab and open a new tab for another website or a fresh Search Engine search.
I know Apple has a thing with their Silver Surfer brand image, but I would like to see some colors for the Safari browser. However, with that being said, the Safari browser is kind of cool looking, with their elegant rounded slide scroll bars on both the bottom and right side.
From a web developer’s standpoint, it’s always a good idea to know how your website displays on other browsers. Also, from an Internet marketing standpoint, you will want to know how your business website shows up on other computers, operating systems, and the various browsers online. Quite a number of browsers are available besides IE such as: Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer, Opera, Camino, SeaMonkey, Flock, and others.
Jim Warholic, President Professional Web Services, Inc.