[webkit-dev] Issue with Safari and IFrame
aroben at apple.com
Wed Mar 25 05:50:21 PDT 2009
Your test works for me in Safari 4 Beta on Windows (the "Test" text
fades out when I click the button).
In any case, a bug on bugs.webkit.org is the best place for this kind
On Mar 24, 2009, at 9:39 PM, samyem wrote:
> I will file the bug. However, I need a workaround for this. You see
> frameworks like GWT that run from within an iframe, I need to get a
> workaround to work with the existing user base on safari. This issue
> not happen in chrome, which is partly based on webkit as well.
> In GWT, all the elements are evaluated within the context of the
> iframe and
> individual DOM element references are passed to a library like
> Now with this bug, I am pretty much stuck without an alternative.
> -- samyem
> Brady Eidson wrote:
>> Seems like a great reproducible example of a bug, please file it at
>> On Mar 24, 2009, at 1:48 PM, samyem wrote:
>>> I have a test case here:
>>> When you click on the button on the iframe, it should be calling the
>>> document and fading one of the divs. It works that way in all
>>> except for Safari (tested on 3.2.2 and 4 beta). However, if line
>>> 12 in
>>> iframe.html is commented, everything seem to work in safari. Not
>>> making too
>>> much sense to me. Any clue what's happening here?
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