OSX 10.5.5 does not load

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Post » Sat Jun 22, 2013 10:17 am

Link to .capx file (required!):
   http://www.leiron.be/exttopics3/tc2/A%20one-stop%20Marketing%20Agency.capx

Steps to reproduce:
1. exported to HTML5
2. upload to web server
3. examine or load the page via Safari Browser on an OS X 10.5.5

Observed result:
   the page just Freezes and nothing comes out, not even the
   Loading Bar animation.

   reference url for this version is in
   " http://www.leiron.be/exttopics3/tc2/ "


Expected result:
    it is an attempt to re-do my earlier version found in the url below;
    http://www.leiron.be/exttopics3/tc/


Browsers affected:
Chrome: yes/no (i have no OSX version of this)
Firefox: yes (does not work on 10.5.5)
Internet Explorer: yes/no (no version of this in OSX)

Operating system & service pack:
    OSX 10.5.5 & 10.5.4

Construct 2 version:
    r133
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Post » Sat Jun 22, 2013 12:52 pm

We don't have a Mac running OS X 10.5.5 handy, so it's going to be difficult for us to look in to this. What version of Safari are you running? Are there any errors in the browser error console?
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Post » Mon Jun 24, 2013 4:45 am

Hi,

I just checked the Safari is a version 3.1.2 on a OSX 10.5.5.    I don't have this issue with a OSX 10.7.8 via FireFox browser.

I also try running another Test or version using r135 and still it does not load or the page is just Blank on a OS X 10.5.5 but works fine with any 10.7.8 or newer.

Please advise and thank you.

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Post » Mon Jun 24, 2013 5:55 pm

Closing as won't fix. According to StatCounter, in the past 6 weeks the usage share of Safari 3 is 0.01%. It was released 2 years before Internet Explorer 8, which we don't support, so we can't possibly support Safari 3 either.
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Post » Wed Jun 26, 2013 5:50 am

Hi,

Thanks for the Info at least i know that i only have 0.01% usage lost via Safari 3.x and I don't know IF it will work with IE 8.x yet.

Currently; i am in Singapore and our Analytic based on our client's site visits shows that in Singapore we are still seeing some 22% of users still using Windows XP.

IE 8.x usage on an average per week is around 16%.

Just to let you know.

Thank You.

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Post » Wed Jun 26, 2013 1:03 pm

We don't support IE8 because it has no HTML5 support. We're aware some people still use IE8, but it should still work fine on XP with the latest Chrome or Firefox.
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