Safari doesn't handle any frames correctly in that it can't print an entire frameset properly without cropping it as seen on screen (rather than printing out the entire contents of the frames). I.E. has it's own problems in that it can't print anything more than one frame at a time on the Mac (where it CAN print a frame set on the PC). Netscape has always been able to print individual frames or entire framesets.<br><br>Also, in Safari, it doesn't properly recognize command+back arrow or command+forward arrow when navigating through the history. I use a multi-button mouse and really notice when I'm in frames in Safari, because I have to manually hit the forward and back buttons in the interface to navigate forward and back insead of using the keyboard or the mouse buttons.<br><br>
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