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    Uniservity on different browsers

    We're getting Uniservity via our LEA in the Autumn. Just had a parent looking to buy a computer for their kid, asking specifically whether a Mac would happily access all our glorious future online resources. We think IE and Firefox are OK, but does anyone know if Safari is too?

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    Yeah, it works fine.

    There's not really that much to the site itself to be honest

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    Not sure about Safari, but do you realise you can get Firefox for Mac and PC?

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    Haven't found it to be particularly good on any browser as it's nowhere near web-compliant, unfortunately being forced on us as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Not sure about Safari, but do you realise you can get Firefox for Mac and PC?
    Uhh, yes, thanks

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    Have a browse of ours

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    We are moving to Studywiz in the coming weeks.

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    Advert - edited (Tony)
    Last edited by GrumbleDook; 16th June 2008 at 07:32 PM. Reason: Advert

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    Mullet Man, Can you tell mw why you are planning to change? Our LEA has approved three, Uniservity, Moogle and Studywiz. We are a Middle deemed Primary with 540 pupils.

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    what LP+ Safari

    Does you mean Safari, if so then the answer is YES
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