Safari 3, Mac OS X 10.5.6
Yep – I can reproduce it in the TinyMCE demo. Not our fault, I guess.
Don, should we close this as won't fix then?
We might fix it one day by upgrading to a later version of TinyMCE. It has the tinymce label so we can tell it exists in tinymce. I think it's worth tracking how many things we may fix by upgrading.
Since the TinyMCE upgrade happened in 2.10, I backdate the issue. It should not show up in the 3.0 filter.
FYI, I just tried this on the TinyMCE Demo again, and I can no longer reproduce the problem. So looks like their latest versions may have fixed it.