the resoloution to http://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=2676 dealt with
the IE mac which it seems was more of a problem than all the others combined.
However I'm still getting sporadic reports of problems. and some of them are
more complex cases than IE mac was ;)
unable to edit unicode properly on any platform i've tried it on. The difficulty here is making a regexp to identify all subversions of it without matching stuff that declares itself as compatible with it
lynx and links
these convert to the local charset (links apparently only when in text mode) if the local charset is utf-8 then they are fine if it isn't they currupt unicode.
similar to lynx and links but doesn't currupt the text until its actually edited meaning dummy edit boxes can't be used to identify if its in a problem mode.
I also have a strange bad edit report for which the browser has not yet been
Ideas on how to proceed.
allow users to manually enable and disable safe mode editing in preferences (with default being to base on blacklist). for lynx and links detect by a dummy edit control on login form add netscape4 and w3m to blacklist
any comments on these ideas welcome.