[webkit-dev] Roll-over problem (Safari or WebKit?)

Timothy Hatcher timothy at hatcher.name
Sat Nov 12 11:04:28 PST 2005

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On Nov 12, 2005, at 10:45 AM, Steven Fisher wrote:

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> Ran into an odd problem with Safari 2.0.2 on several websites where  
> the mouseover only works for part of some buttons. I've reported it  
> to Apple via the reporting command, but I thought I'd share here as  
> it may be a webkit problem. If there's any consensus on that I'd be  
> happy to fill out a bug...
> Take a look at this site:
> http://www.melonpool.com/
> The rollovers don't work very consistently on my PowerBook. When I  
> mentioned this on the forum, someone else posted a similar  
> experience, but only on some of their Macs. We've only got a couple  
> data points so far, but it looks like G5s behave and G4s don't.
> I've captured a small (284k) movie showing the problem here:
> http://objectsatrest.com/my-content/melonpoolmouseover.mov
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