The fact that they are supporting Mozilla and NOT IE indicates to me that they are aware that Safari has DOM level scripting bugs—that is, Safari is not properly supporting ECMA standards scripting (the bare minimum that any browser should support). Now if they were using proprietary code found only in Mac-based Mozilla (highly unlikely), then you could worry.<br><br>Like you said, Safari is working so far (because it supports most standards (approved as far back as 1996 mind you), but I think they're throwing up that flag that some things might not work right.<br><br>
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