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Kupu works in Safari

by Martin Aspeli last modified May 07, 2008 01:53 PM

Perhaps I've been living under a rock

I really had no idea, though. I'm using Safari 3.1.1 and Plone 3.1.1 (coincidence? I think not) and kupu seems to work just dandy, drawers and all. Here's an internal link, for instance.

Recursively speaking:

Kupu in Safari

How lovely!

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Almost there

Posted by at May 07, 2008 03:53 AM
Well it almost works, I just tested it out, however the two main drawers (insert image and insert internal link) do not work properly.

The 2 drawers do come up, but then get stuck in a continuous wait mode, I left it on for some time, but nothing happens on my local plone 3.1.1 based site, so gave up.

Almost there though, everything else seems to work just fine. :)


Posted by Martin Aspeli at May 07, 2008 01:54 PM
... the image drawer works for me. The image you see above was inserted with the image drawer. I just inline-edited the page to add an internal link and an external link, and they work too.

Same problem here

Posted by at May 07, 2008 03:55 PM
In fact - both of the things Dhiraj mentions above are not working for me w/ plone 3.1.1 in both firefox and safari - however, as an admin things seem to work fine (image insert in safari still sorta buggy - once image set - hitting ok doesnt seem to reset screen and save image - had to do it 4 times!)

The problems above occur for me as well when I'm logged as a regular user - perhaps there's something buggy with permissions? in any event I hope this gets fixed soon :P

Already fixed on trunk

Posted by at May 07, 2008 08:24 PM
I think that is a problem with Kupu 1.4.9 which has been fixed on trunk.


Some glitches

Posted by Graham Perrin at Nov 01, 2008 04:10 PM
At I have a rough list of issues that may affect use of Kupu within Safari and other WebKit-based browsers such as Chrome.

Some of what's listed/referenced may be compounded by my use of extras — such as ICeCoffEE and Saft — but I thought it might be useful to share what I'm gathering.
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