[ZendTo] Re: supported browsers
Jules at Zend.To
Tue Feb 19 14:24:45 GMT 2013
I wish Google would pull their finger out and make Chrome 64-bit.
I meant to say "If you're on a Mac and using Safari, just fire...". I
use Safari so much I tend never to think about the others except when
testing stuff. And there is actually a slight problem with the latest
Safari in Mountain Lion. Everything functions okay, except the progress
bar never appears (it looks like a bug in Safari where it never calls
browsers fine, just not Safari.
Unfortunately there's little I can do with all the bugs in browsers,
they're something we have to put up with.
Thanks for the info! :)
On 19/02/2013 14:09, Mike Brudenell wrote:
> On 19 February 2013 13:55, Jules <Jules at zend.to
> <mailto:Jules at zend.to>> wrote:
> If you're on a Mac, just fire away, everything works perfectly,
> there are no 32-bit apps any more really anyway. Safari on a Mac
> will upload 20GB at a time if you ask it to.
> */"DANGER, WILL ROBINSON! DANGER!"/*
> *Chrome* is still 32-bit only on OS X
> *Camino* is still 32-bit only on OS X
> (Nothing to do with ZendTo but... Chrome still being 32-bit is a real
> pain with Java: Java 7 is only available in 64-bit so its plug-in
> won't work with Chrome. >-(
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