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    Flash good in Safari 2 but horrible in Safari 1 - help!

    Hi all!
    I have a mac mini with Safari 2. Im developing a site in flash and it looks good in Safari 2, also in pc on IE, Firefox and Netscape,

    but.. In Safari 1.2 it is a disaster, slow is an understatement.. it is pretty unuseful in Safari 1.x

    many of the potential users of the site will have Safari 1 and I have really no clue what to do, Im stumbling in the dark. Help!

    Whats the difference between Safari 2 and 1, and is there something I can do to make it work in Safari 1.2?

    link to gallery: http://vol.silenius.se
    Last edited by cenneth; 03-08-2006 at 12:26 PM.

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    What's the version of the flash player you've got installed in Safari 1.x?
    I seem to remember performance being a bit better in Safari 2.x, but not really that drastically.
    Sam



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    Quote Originally Posted by SJT
    What's the version of the flash player you've got installed in Safari 1.x?
    I seem to remember performance being a bit better in Safari 2.x, but not really that drastically.
    I'm waiting for the new gecko drawing engine in firefox 1.5 to make its way into safari
    Nothing to see here, move along.

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    Seems pretty unlikely to ever happen, what with Safari/WebKit being based on KHTML, not Gecko.
    Sam



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