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NathanHein
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posted on 11/19/2004 at 04:08 PM Reply With Quote
Mac/Safari Solution


For compatibility with Mac/Safari you need to add the folling line to the scroll.html:
main.style.visibility='hidden';

It needs to be added at the begining of the init() function. It should be around line 66 where it goes.

Example:
66. function init(n_2measure) {
67. main.style.visibility='hidden';
68. var b_fl = true, e_frm, k = 0, i;
69. if (n_2measure != null)
70. items[n_2measure].height = vertical ? o_cont.offsetHeight : o_cont.offsetWidth;
71. for (i = n_num - 1; i >= 0; i--) if (!items.height) {

The credit for this fix goes to David Simmer, fivecentdesign[AT]f2o.org . Thanks David!
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fivecentdesign
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posted on 12/13/2004 at 03:24 PM Reply With Quote
you're welcome


Glad it was useful to you as well. How'd you come across my fix?
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bopp
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posted on 9/9/2005 at 10:28 PM Reply With Quote

so then do you remove the

main.style.visibility='visible';

line further down in the function?
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simmerdown
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posted on 11/17/2005 at 02:21 AM Reply With Quote
nope


Quote:
Originally posted by bopp
so then do you remove the

Code:
main.style.visibility='visible';


line further down in the function?


Stays as it is. You can see a working example on the site where I developed the fix: view the source of www.normandale.edu/js/tigraScroller/scroll.cfm?type=

The relevant code won't be at line 66 anymore, but you'll find it. Hope you were able to figure it out ...

David (formerly known as "fivecentdesign")
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simmerdown
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posted on 11/17/2005 at 02:22 AM Reply With Quote
and the example in action ...


www.normandale.edu/
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reflib
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posted on 1/31/2007 at 01:59 PM Reply With Quote
Mac/Safari Problems, Continued


My library purchased a web template created by a third party company. The template includes the Tigra scroller, which works wonderfully well -- except when viewed via a Mac/Safari browser. I inserted the code to repair this problem precisely as described in the messages above -- but it is still not visible via Safari. (The website can be viewed at www.tplibrary.org.)

Have I done something wrong in the way I implemented the "fix"?

Note that the version of TS used in our website is 1.4. Is this version too old for the "fix" to work?
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mccooch
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posted on 9/18/2009 at 05:30 PM Reply With Quote
Yikes! It's now 2009, and this fix does not work for the current Safari...


Is David still around for more Safari fixes?
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