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This site also works well (including mapping) in the web browser Camino on Macs. Camino is based on the same Mozilla technology as firefox, runs native on macs, is free, and has a similar feel to safari. So if you wanted another option for mac browsers try that out.
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Prior to the mapping upgrade I could only get it to work well on Firefox (at least in the week or so since I joined). Now it works on both FF and Safari equally well (elevations even work in Safari, now), but no longer zooms in to my town when I enter the city name, state, and zip. I have to manually do it. No biggie, but it does take a bit more time.
There's a bug right now with the zip code not auto panning to your location. I'll have it fixed as soon as I can. Are you sure it works with Safari? I never tested against it so it would be nice that it works.
added: can someone else verify this? Thanks!