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What browsers are supported by Jotforms.........my form doesn't seem to work on a newer Mac (Safari browser).Asked by David M on February 19, 2014 at 12:57 PM
What browsers are supported by Jotforms.........my form doesn't seem to work on a newer Mac (Safari browser).
from my point of view all should be working
Safari is based on Netscape technology if I am not mistaking,
I tried Jotform form on GoogleChrome, Opera Mozilla Firefox and IE9 and all are working just fine.
Perhaps you have some other issue, can you post your screenshot?
If you have replied to this thread, http://www.jotform.com/answers/335641, unfortunately we cannot find it here. You may however post your reply directly on the given thread so we can assist you further if that's a question.
Unfortunately I was at a customer site doing a demo and they had a Mac. My form has accordions (collapse / expand) and in Safari they were stuck closed (if that makes sense). They work in IE, Chrome, etc.
Thank you for the feedback.
I tested your form with Safari 5.1 with mac OS X (what version do you have?), and the form fields responded as expected.
I also noticed some errors on your form which could cause some scripting conflicts with some browsers:
On your conditional rules, there is an action which appears in two different conditions - If you place the same action in different conditions - the form might break its expected functionality.
Delete hiding 3-Wrestler from rule #4 (this is because rule #1 will take care of this), and that should remove this potential problem.
Please let us know if this helps.