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Internet Explorer 6, 7 
  • A line feed code is converted to a space code when a super sprite is saved by using Simple Editor.
  • The mouse cursor does not appear when the simple editor is on the IFRAME area.
 (2.0.0.* for MacOSX)
  • The scrolling bar does not change the display on the overview map until scrolling is completed.
  • Flash cannot be displayed. 
(3) Internet Explorer 7, Firefox, Safari
 A URL or a long word protrudes from the side of the sprite frame.
(2) Opera
 A URL fits into the frame of a sprite, however a long word protrudes (see (3)).
Example of a long word: Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
(1) Internet Explorer 6
 A URL or a long word is cut on the edge. The right silde of the frame is also cut. If you would like to pay attention to Internet Explorer 6 user, set the width of the sprite wider than the width of including URL.

Rendering URL or a Long Word

A URL or a long word protrudes from the side of the sprite frame. URLs/long words are dealt with differently by browsers:
  • Font size cannot be scaled below the minimum font size (9 pt). If you prefer linear zooming, set the minimum font size to the smallest in Preferences.
  • The manner of opening the context menu in Opera is different from that of other browsers. See detailed information in Quick Manual.
  • Opera does not provide an alert about an unsaved sprite before a page transition.
  • Opera 9.2 does not support the rich editor. Opera 9.5 will support it.
  • In the line that includes <!--  in the <script> element, all the characters that follows <!-- are removed. You should write only <!-- in a line, or should not use <!-- comment --> in the <script> tag.
Safari (MacOS)

Detailed Browser Compatibility