At 22:08 on 2005/07/07, [EMAIL-REMOVED] (Jon Trelfa) wrote:
> I'm Mac-ignorant....
> I know that I can use Konqueror in Linux to test what websites will
> look like in Safari...but it's my understanding that it only covers
> more recent versions of Safari? Do I assume that *most* Mac users
> have OSX? Is there a percentage still using OS9? If so, what do I
> use to test pages for them? Do I test different versions of Safari as
> I would different versions of IE and Netscape? What versions would be
> the most prevalent?
1.03 (OS 10.2.8)
1.3 (OS 10.3.9)
2.x (OS 10.4.x)
In my experience, the rendering differences are minor. I wouldn't bother testing on anything below
1.03. One of the Safari developers has a blog:
with good information about Safari.
The latest version of IE for OS 9 is 5.1.7 and is most likely the browser of choice for OS 9 users.
Some OS 9 users opt for Wamcom:
Which I believe is based on 1.3.x Mozilla, but that's a pretty small crowd at this point.
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