The website seems to struggle with arranging pieces properly on Macs. I noticed this same issue in both Firefox and Safari, but the screenshot happened to be taken in Firefox 12.0.
Because this website is designed for the best browser; Google Chrome.
Never mind the fact that it works fine on Firefox on a PC.
Actually, that's not the fault of the website.
I know what it's like, it takes way too much time to re-make the site for every single browser and every single platform. Either Mac's Firefox starts using the rules we all agreed on for scripts on the internet, or... nothing. :P
I was just pointing out that it's not really Firefox's problem so much as it's Mac's problem. It's not just Mac's Firefox but its Safari as well. I don't know if Safari on Windows would have the same issue but I imagine it would. Also, I can't try to see if Google Chrome on a Mac would have the issue as they don't allow students to fiddle with the computers, sadly.
Try Chrome Portable, run it from an USB stick. :D
I don't know if there is a Mac version of it, though.
And of course it's a problem that should be fixed, but it might as well be just the browser being outdated. HTML5 is 'fairly' new.
I'm not saying that it needs to be fixed @_@ (though I suppose at some point maybe? I know it's low priority, but I imagine Reed would like to know about any bugs encountered regardless of their severity) I was just kind of taken aback by the irrelevant "This browser is awesome" initial post. :p
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