I know Safari is a second class browser as far as SharePoint is concerned and that is lacks certain SharePoint 2010 functionality per
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263526.aspx. However, can anyone tell me if you lose any functionality as far as PerformancePoint Services goes? This question
is two fold -- 1) as far as consuming content of dashboards, filters and reports and 2) creating content via dashboard designer. The link on TechNet does not say one way or another and it has me a bit worried.
I have never had a client want to use Safari before but now have a prospect where most of the users are IE but some of the Executives use Safari on their Macs. Some even are just using iPads, but that is a whole other issue.
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