I'm facing some issues with Safari and Chrome related to Java Script. My site works fine with all the browsers like IE, FF, Opera, Netscape etc. But many of the java script functions don't work with Chrome and Safari. I believe they both built on 'WebKit' Engine but Is there any solution around this problem?
Please look into this matter and let me if there is any alternate solution of this problem.
*** Bug 24416 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Can you please provide specific steps that can be used to reproduce the problem you are seeing? The page you link to has no obvious place to enter dates, so I can't see where the bug you mention would occur.
Thanks for the prompt response.
I have created a test account to duplicate the problem. Use the following link:
1. In the date column if you enter 020304 it doesn't auto convert into date format.
3. Their is one total column name 'Adjusted Net Profit before Taxes' should calculate the total of the entered values.
All of them working in other browsers other then Chrome/Safari. Please let me know if you any other questions about it.
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> I have created a test account to duplicate the problem. Use the following link:
This page asks for a username and password.
Have you tried the Web Inspector to help you debug your code ? See http://developer.apple.com/safari/library/documentation/AppleApplications/Conceptual/Safari_Developer_Guide/2SafariDeveloperTools/chapter_2_section_5.html for instructions about how to enable it. You should see some error messages in the console of the web inspector.
you can use this link but it'll expire after 4 days.
If you access our web application, you can use UserID:webkittest and password:webkittest
select any kind of analysis, then select the existing company and choose new report. once you reach to the incomestatement.apsx, you can see the problem with the java-script that i mention in my query.
Please let me know if you able to duplicate it.