_____/ On Thu 08 Dec 2005 05:25:05 GMT, [Austin Matzko] wrote : \_____
Wouldn't it be safer and easier to test for behavior rather than parse
agent strings? The Opera browser, for example, says that it's
Internet Explorer by default.
TinyMCE, and then it could load a version of the write page
window.location.href = '/wp-admin/post.php?tinymce=off';
or something like that.
_____/ On Thu 08 Dec 2005 05:59:22 GMT, [Austin Matzko] wrote : \_____
I'll poke around. Can you point me to the function that loads the
something built into the current code to make it fail gracefully
already. If we could just find that . . .
_____/ On Thu 08 Dec 2005 06:21:51 GMT, [Andy Skelton] wrote : \_____
tinyMCE.init() which is called by code generated in admin-header.php
and defined in tiny_mce.js as TinyMCE.prototype.init.
_____/ On Thu 08 Dec 2005 06:44:52 GMT, [Andy Skelton] wrote : \_____
Eariler I said TinyMCE didn't work with Safari < 2.
Does it work in Safari 2 or any later versions?
I should buy a Mac so I can test this myself.
Here is another way of keeping track of browser compatibility. Please bear in
mind that the local mockup is lossy, but it at least demonstrates whether
TinyMCE shows up or not:
The following will be added in due time:
Epiphany 1.4.8 1024x768 24 hours
Firefox 1.0.4 1024x768 3 minutes
Galeon 1.3.20 1024x768 24 hours
Konqueror 3.3 1024x768 24 hours
Mozilla 1.7.8 1024x768 24 hours
MSIE 6.0 1024x768 3 minutes
Opera 8.50 1024x768 24 hours
Safari 2.0 1024x768 3 minutes
Hope it helps,