Hyatt is soliciting for “top ten” Safari 1.0 bug lists. Here’s one list. There might be more serious issues that I haven’t noticed, because I haven’t used Safari as my daily browser.
Inconsistent treatment of color in CSS and in unlabeled PNGs
XHTML tables without
tbody are broken. The XHTML Basic DTD doesn’t
(With HTML the parser is expected to infer the
element if the tags are missing, but with XHTML the CSS formatter is
expected to generate an anonymous
No UI for
link navigation. (This is not entirely
an UI issue.)
BiDi problems: parentheses wrong, bad font variation, broken selection, bad ordering.
If an unrecognized
font-family is set, the font
stuck to Helvetica and can’t even explicitly be reverted
font-family of the containing block using
inherit. This means that
be used for a screen-media-only adaptation of the Tantek hack.
No display of the
Can’t see the engine state as with Venkman and DOM Inspector. Can’t see JS errors, because there’s no JS console.
Clicking labels of radio buttons or checkboxes doesn’t change the state of the checkboxes or radio buttons.
list-item-position: inside renders badly.
Doesn’t support the gzip encoding on HTTP.