If you can reproduce a "Safari" bug in WebKit, you should also report
it to the WebKit developers! Safari is built on WebKit. WebKit is
opensource and may have many more developer "eyeballs" looking at
problems that Safari.
Has anyone reported this to the Firefox developers? Shouldn't we
*all* report this, all separately?
I have reported the problem to Safari several times during the last
2 years as it only was associated with this special webplugin.
However now it is an APPLE/ SAFARI/ FIREFOX problem and is much
larger as it seems to affect all QTVR not just the 2-3% which have
some special additions.
And removing the webplugin only helps partly.
The last 2 times I have reporting this I only got respons from a
couple of people and I have to say I was disappointed that not more
people seemed to care.
I believe many people are on connections faster than 4mbit and than
they will never notice it but even on 2 megabit it is very irritating.
I believe this needs some sort of "official" statement from the
large wendors and associations.
We can not continue to have issues like this on Mac with Quicktime.
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