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  • # January 7, 2010 at 1:43 pm

    Hello everyone,

    I’ve written up a form for a website I’m working on.

    It looks fine in FF, IE6/7/8, and Safari on my PC. However, when viewed in Safari on a Mac, the form fields don’t quite line up. Has anyone ever run into a problem like this? It seems that, in this situation, even if I write Safari-specific css, the styling will be slightly different for a user on a Mac vs. a PC…

    Maybe the way in which I built the form is asking for problems? :?
    Any advice is appreciated.

    The Admiral

    p.s. Please ignore the ad that juts out of the layout. We’re still very much in the development stage… :roll:

    # January 11, 2010 at 11:48 pm

    I have ran across that as I have recently made the move back to a mac. I think the issue with forms displaying on a mac can be the way that form fields are auto mac-itized, if that makes any sense. The mac UI automatically transforms drop down fields and so forth. I;m sorry this isn’t a solution, but I am interested in how to resolve this as well.

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