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RE: Chrome Browser - Request for Sidki - sidki3003 - Jan. 19, 2009 09:32 PM

So i assume it works for you. Cool!


RE: Chrome Browser - Request for Sidki - sidki3003 - Jan. 24, 2009 04:45 PM

Is Chrome in need of specific CSS rules (for Prox menu, flyovers, etc.)?
If so, it's probably no problem to inject a "Chrome only" CSS snippet (happens already for Mozilla, Opera, IE).


RE: Chrome Browser - Request for Sidki - Kye-U - Feb. 04, 2009 07:18 AM

So far, I haven't noticed any need for specific CSS rules. I will let you know if I notice any issues though!


RE: Chrome Browser - Request for Sidki - sidki3003 - Feb. 04, 2009 06:13 PM

Smile!


RE: Chrome Browser - Request for Sidki - linkodz - Feb. 19, 2009 02:31 AM

Very sorry sidki and others.... computer fried... made one up and I am now flying the web once more.
Sidki installed your latest 09 set and everything works fine... though I had trouble loging in to this site from Chrome ( problem displaying the captcha ) and cookies I guess.

Anyways, everything seems to work fine in IE, Chrome and Opera....


RE: Chrome Browser - Request for Sidki - sidki3003 - Apr. 15, 2009 08:22 PM

This might help to get the layout on some pages right in Chrome and Safari -- User-Agents.ptxt:

Old:
Code:
## If Mozilla:
## ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mozilla/5.0(^$TST(keyword=*.f_ua_(^[a-z]++moz)*))(*(; rv:*Gecko/[#*:*]
  ( Firefox/[#*:*].[#*:*]$SET(3=.9.9)|)|\)(*Gecko/[#*:*]|))\2|$SET(2=\)))
  $SET(1=Mozilla/5.0 \(Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US\2\3)

New:
Code:
## If Firefox, SeaMonkey, Chrome, Safari:
## ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mozilla/5.0(^$TST(keyword=*.f_ua_(^[a-z]++moz)*))(*(; rv:*Gecko/[#*:*]
  ( Firefox/[#*:*].[#*:*]$SET(3=.9.9)|)|\)
  (*\s(Gecko/[#*:*]|AppleWebKit/[^.]+.$SET(3=99))|))\2|$SET(2=\)))
  $SET(1=Mozilla/5.0 \(Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US\2\3)