1 of 1 people found this helpful
Problem is that webkit does not provide the same level of integration that XulRunner did.
And even if we moved to webkit it would not be 64 bit on OSX since here the opensource webkit is only available in 32-bit afaik.
Note, the Browser Simulator actually uses webkit - so you should not have such problems.
Thanks. I opened the Browser Sim but as indicated here https://community.jboss.org/wiki/BrowserSimFAQ it also does not work on 64 bit eclipse.
I tried to change the eclipse.ini in hope to run on 32 bit instead of 64 bit. However, it does not work:
That means, I have to install 32 bit version of eclipse and set up my plugins and workspace again (tedious work;(.
AFAIK -vmargs -d32 works only for Mac.