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Wierd Mac/Safari Web View

Posted on 2014-12-13
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What would cause the "pc_ivew" image to look like the "mac_view" image on a mac with a safari browser?  I assume there is a style issue with my page?
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Question by:Bob Schneider
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Cannot tell with just an image
Are you sure the stylesheets are being loaded correctly.

Can you provide a login to the page.
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I can not provide a login unfortunately but I found out that he was using Chrome on an OS X Yosemite machine.  The site renders well on Safari on his machine.  It renders well on Chrome, IE, Safari, and Firefox on a PC.
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Well it looks like the css file is wrong (maybe cached) or he has it zoomed out.
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Solutions was?
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After looking at the responses above, given that nothing jumped out at anyone, and the fact that I have had no other reports of  a rendering issue given the number of folks accessing that page, I determined that it is a setting of some sort on his machine/browser.  I mentioned to the main users that this problem existed and many in a similar situation (os, browser, etc) said they had no difficulties.  I am not 100% convinced that the css is bullet proof but after weighing all of the factors, I don't think it is seriously flawed.
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