[html5] Request for Help: Resposive Adobe Captivate + HTML5 + Firefox

Norman Fournier norman at normanfournier.com
Fri Sep 12 08:13:36 PDT 2014


Firefox is a nice browser with a lot of great add ons, but I have found it error intolerant, for example, Safari will display a CMYK .jpg image, Firefox won't. I don't know if that is a good thing or a bad thing. Another example, my personal website uses jQuery parallax scrolling and Firefox hates it, and I don't know why. I think it may be a glitch in the javascript, whereas in Chrome, Camino and Safari it is nice and smooth. It's for reasons like this that maybe Adobe is not happy with Firefox.


On 2014-09-12, at 5:36 AM, Verena Mimm wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'm consultant on internal communications in Germany.
> Currently I'm supporting an elearning project for a big German company.
> We are facing some major issues using Adobe Captivate especially when it comes to the combination of responsive layouts, HTML5 elements and Firefox.
> I've done some research and it looks like Adobe is completely refusing the usage of Firefox.
> https://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20140702095351-17244891-captivate-8-html5-firefox-and-flash-responsive-browser-war
> There was an interesting article on that issue. Probably you can help out, as all our tries to reach out for adobe and discuss this issue where blocked. In my opinion this is absolutely unacceptable argument to refuse a browser just because it's open community project. What are your thoughts about this?
> Kind regards,
> Verena
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