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Map not appearing in Safari but does in FF

Thread began 1/30/2010 2:05 pm by MBrem | Last modified 2/05/2010 2:53 pm by MBrem | 1296 views | 8 replies


Map not appearing in Safari but does in FF


I just set a clients site live and changed the Google API key to reflect the new URL. The maps show up correctly in FireFox. However, in Safari the structure of the maps is rendered but never actually populated with a map. The Safari activity panel indicates an error:

"directory path"/_promaps_cache/_promaps_geocache.xml Operation could not be completed. (NSURLEErrorDor [I think that there may be more but that's all the Activity window lets me see]

There isn't a .xml file in the folder. I've run ProMaps again to make sure that it simply didn't get installed. Since the maps do dispay in Firefox, I'm not sure where to look.



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