Turns out it was a nested layer bug -- Safari wouldn't unhide a layer
get around it, I unnested the layers.
Thanks for the idea to change the close link, too.
At 2005/09/27, Christian Heilmann Said unto me:
>My guess is positioned layer and object. Always a tricky bit. By the
>way "close window" is not appropriate, as it is not a window. "close
>player" makes more sense.
>> I've got an odd behavior in Safari that has me stumped.
>> In Firefox, when you click on a link that says "Play," a layer is
>> displayed that has a description of the file, and a little QuickTime
>> widget that plays an MP3.
>> In Safari, however...
>> o sometimes the QuickTime widget doesn't appear
>> o sometimes the QuickTime widget appears but the surrounding layer doesn't
>> If you click on the "Buy" link first, then click on the "Play" link,
>> the "Play" layer seems to display just fine.
>> basically validates, and I'm stumped. Is this some Safari bug that
>> has a workaround?
>> Travis Smith
>> Partner, Hop Studios
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