and breaks the functionality @ Dutch Rabobank Internet Banking.
I got the Safari 4 update this morning, and with most Apple updates I just install them. After the update I launched it and was (at first) surprised at the Interface. It opened with 'Top Sites'. An overview of Websites along with thumnails... Nice.
From another source:
On February 24 2009, Safari 4 was the first fully functional build browser to pass Acid3.
On 08 June 2009, Safari 4 was the first official release version of a desktop browser to display a score of 100/100 and pass the Acid3 test.
The main page worked fine, but transferring funds leaves you with empty screens etc. There is no way of managing your money with Safari 4.
I haven't search for workarounds, since I don't want to search through knowledge bases, or sniffing through settings within Safari (or OSX). A browser should work.
So they might be perfect in a lab environment, but I'd rather have a less perfect browser which enables me to manage my money.
So, to summarize:
Safari 4: 100% ACID 3 proof, and a 100% failure rating in displaying websites
(since I only tried one website)
Anyway, back to FireFox for me.
B.t.w. I have tried the same with Internet Explorer 8 on a worklaptop (since it got pushed through my throat), and that one works fine. Even when it's not in its compatibility view mode (for displaying non-standard websites). Must the one of the few times that Internet Explorer seems to work....