How to align text to the right in Safari?
I have tried aligning the element text to the right or center in safari. But nothing worked. text alignment: center; it worked in all browsers except safari. address:rtl; and dir=”rtl” did nothing. the list is always left-aligned in Safari. -webkit appearance: none; doesn’t help either. Please I need a solution.
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Why is my CSS not working in Safari?
However, the best way to analyze HTML/CSS performance is Web-Inspector in Safari. If you didn’t find any solution, you can use this trick in angularjs or use js to map the select value with a text in the div, this solution is full css compatible in angular but you need a mapping between select and div:
What does it mean when Safari is not working?
When I say Safari doesn’t work, I mean the app opens, but no sites or web pages load. However, when I go to Chrome, everything loads without a problem. I’m sure this isn’t a wifi issue because I’ve experienced it on multiple networks.
How can I make Safari work in other browsers?
Make sure the firewall is turned off in System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Firewall Go to Safari > Preferences > Advanced. Click Change Settings to the right of Proxies: The System Preferences > Network Proxies tab will open. Deselect the checked boxes to the left, and then click OK. Try this DNS. Click + again and do the same. Click OK.
Is there a way to make scrolling smooth in Safari?
Nov 11, 2008 9:53 AM Reply to thatkidhugo Reply to thatkidhugo If you use the scroll bar in Safari, scrolling should be smooth, but if you use the mouse wheel, you won’t have the same experience; automatic scrolling is not supported in Safari for Windows.
How to set jtextarea autoscroll in Java GUI?
I’ve already set the JTextArea and JScrollPane’s auto-scroll property to true. When using JDK1.4.2 (or earlier), the most common suggestion you’ll find on the forums is to use code like the following: However, I just noticed that in JDK5 this issue was resolved with an API change.