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Nov 04, 2008 07:50 PM|LINK
I'm using the CSSFriendly.MenuAdapter for all default browsers, but now we would like a different Adapter if the user access the page with an iPhone. I have a basic prototype of the new Adapter, but the problem is that if I had that to my .browser file,
it does not recognize it. For testing, I just use the normal Safari. Here is the file:
The idea is that every browser, BUT Safari would use the Default setting. But Safari is using the Default Setting too. If I remove the Default setting, Safari does use my own Adapter and all other browsers just display the Standard Menu. How do I get this
to work? I've tried a different sequence too.