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Firefox browser works better than Mac-native Safari as far as some Google functions are concerned.
For example, one can reach all Blogger controls when posting onto a blog from inside Firefox.
However, Google Page Creator still does not work. The Fox cannot catch Fire on that one item, unfortunately.
If you are planning to edit your Google Page Creator web site you need to use IE browser on a Windows machine.
Is this Google’s problem? The problem of Mozilla/Firefox or Apple/OS X team? Or all of them?
It seems like someone does not like us to use Google Page Creator on any platform other than IE/Windows.
That’s unfortunate because I really love the simplicity and versatility of Google Pages and have my official site built with it (www.writer111.com). It really works for me except I need to switch to my IE/Windows machine every time I need to edit it.
I’m lucky and I have access to a Windows machine as well. But what about those who are operating only on Linux or Mac systems?