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dmartz

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I just logged a bug.

In Safari, non of the right click menus work. That means that tasks such as creating sub folders, normal and shared, cannot be done.
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jshaw541

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This is just a note. In Safari 1.2.2, I can right-click, or to be more accurate, hold down the Option key and click the "user<at>foo.com" line in the folders list and I get the context menu.

dmartz wrote on Sat, 10 July 2004 13:02

I just logged a bug.

In Safari, non of the right click menus work. That means that tasks such as creating sub folders, normal and shared, cannot be done.



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We fixed tat problem, popup-menu now works with CTRL+click

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