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FMP-IF statements not working in Safari


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I have a series of CDML forms which work grat in Firefox, but are cutting off mid-form in Safari. The exact location seems to be at the first occurence of an [FMP-IF] statement. I have a series of FMP-IFs which determine which value list to display, depending on the settings of the current user. Does anyone know if there is a way to fix this to work in both Safari and Firefox? I would hate to require everyone to only use Firefox, but I am not above doing that!

I am using Tiger-Firefox 1.0.2 and Safari 2.0.3 with FMP 6 unlimited as a DB. I used the same types of commands last year (same forms), and we did not have this problem, but I am sure this could be a result of an update. Any help would be appreciated. Thx!

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Hi, D! I haven't used CDML in quite a while and not been able to visit the forums much, but I think posting sample code could help since someone may be able to suggest a 'workaround' even if this does turn out to be a browser incompatibility. Maybe check Mozilla, Camino, and/or even IE to see what other browsers do, too.

I have not seen a browser-dependent FMP-IF before, but who knows?

--ST

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