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If anyone knows of a good one for MACs could you PLEASE point me in the right direction? The Apple developer site claims to have several, but I don't want to install and then uninstall, any useless packages. I had to rebuild an XP box to repair problems caused by one IE debugger and don't wish to do a rebuild on a MAC. My kids would might commit fratricide if I wrecked one of their MACs. Alert is too painful and slow.
On Safari, the pull-down works as it does in IE, but clicking on any item does nothing. It's as if the local <a name="x"> links do not exist in the document. If anyone knows what I need to check, could you PLEASE let me know?
I had to rebuild an XP box to repair problems caused by one IE debugger and don't wish to do a rebuild on a MAC.
Really, you don't need to worry about this kind of thing. If you are downloading software recommended by Apple's Developer Connection site, the risk of damage is very low. Mac software tends to not do system wide damage.
Added: Whoops, I didn't realize Robin's post was talking about WebKit. (Didn't know it was called Drosera.)