The new Safari 4 beta is pretty good, as long as you’re happy with a browser that lacks most of the features that have been standard on the competition for some years (ad-blocking and saved sessions, to name but two). It is a beta though, so it’s bound to be buggy — and I’ve just hit a big one.
When editing a post in the WordPress 2.7 back-end, clicking the Insert Link button causes the Ajax ‘Insert Link’ dialog box to ghost-out along with the rest of the page. As a result, both the dialog box and everything else on the page are inaccessible, and you have to open a new tab to do anything else (this only affects the current tab and not the browser session).
Actually, it is still possible to paste text into the URL box with a right-click, but won’t respond to any other mouse or keyboard command.
Given that WordPress has more than a few users, you might think that the Safari dev team might have tested this, but evidently not. Of course it may be a WordPress template issue, but a quick Google reveals that I’m not the only person to encounter this bug. The problem affects both Mac OS and Windows versions of Safari 4 beta, too. Silly Apple.