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Sorry for poping in and asking a favour like this but would anyone out there be kind enough to check a site I designed with their Safari Browser. A user submitted this from a form on the site 'There is a reall;y nasty programming bug on your web-site
> which puts a default Safari window in the middle of the screen which is
> very hard to shift. May i suggest you fix it before you alienate your
> entire online customer base' I only use a pc so cannot guess what they are taalking about.
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Looks good to me, nothing broken, and everything showing. (1440x900 resolution)

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I get a couple of windows (javascript) that say 9 in them.. i click it a couple times, It says 12 then I click ok.. and your site pops up..

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Thanks very much for the help,
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I get a couple of windows (javascript) that say 9 in them.. i click it a couple times, It says 12 then I click ok.. and your site pops up..

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