5 Replies Latest reply: Jan 31, 2013 9:07 AM by ilteris
ilteris Level 1 Level 1

Hello everyone,


I have this very very strange problem which only happens on safari browser both on desktop + mobile safari. Please check out the two screenshots for comparison:


Screenshot 1: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2070808/Screenshots/1g.png


Please see the filter tray that is on the right. Please note the color of the text here. Everything works like a charm in this state.


Screenshot 2:  http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2070808/Screenshots/1h.png


As you can see, if there's a tile open in my page (meaning one of the boxes are big and that boxes is beneath the right tray like in the example), the text on the right becomes light gray. There's no change in the text styling or whatsoever, yet the text gets washed out like in the screenshot.


I checked this out on all of the browsers and couldn't replicate this problem, it only happens on desktop + mobile safari.


Does anyone heard of this issue? Is this a bug in safari that I should be aware of? Could you guys recommend a way to debug this problem?


I would appreciate any directions,


iMac 2009, Mac OS X (10.7.5), I tried it in multiple products too
  • Badunit Level 6 Level 6

    Are you able to provide the URL?

  • ilteris Level 1 Level 1

    Sure thing Badunit: http://dev.mass.com please check it out, it's really bizarre.


    If you press "M" button, it also opens up a tray which has some text on it. You will notice the text goes washed out if you press M button while a tile is opened.


    Text also goes washd out briefly when I click arrows on the opened tile.  I just wanted to let you know, I think they are all related.


    Thank you!

  • ilteris Level 1 Level 1

    Badunit, any idea for my problem?

  • Badunit Level 6 Level 6

    I have not found the problem. I did notice that the text color in the "tray" looks fine until after the tile loads. Then it fades. Maybe that's a clue. It's hard to click an image then the tray fast enough so the image doesn't load in between clicks but, if you do, you'll see this happen. It might be easier to see with a slower connection.

  • ilteris Level 1 Level 1

    Hi Badunit,


    That's exactly the problem. I don't understand why text color changes its color (and its thickness) after the tile loads. This only happens in Safari and not repeatable with other browsers.


    I think this is something to do with how Safari renders things. Do you think could that be the case?