... yes, you can't use the current version 3.1.2 of Richfaces with up to date Mac OS X versions like 10.5 or 10.5.1 using the system default Browser Safari 3, i.e. any application that uses Webkit (Omniweb, Dashboard etc.).
Also see http://www.jboss.com/index.html?module=bb&op=viewtopic&t=122850
Is there any chance of supporting Safari 3 in the next future?
And what about Safari 2? Is it supported?
Thanks for the reply.
... Safari 2.0 is supported as stated in 3.1.2 richfaces_reference.pdf.
Try running a nightly build of the open source Safari browser engine WebKit (webkit.org). The WebKit.app starts Safari but uses the nightly build as browser engine (as far as I understood the trick).
With the nightly build of WebKit non of my test cases (e.g. RichFacesLiveDemo) crashes Safari any more:
- Mac OS 10.5.1
- Safari 3.0.4
- WebKit r28383