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I'm styling an submit type input and noticing that CSSEdit isn't applying the styles in its preview. The CSS validates and works in Safari & FF.

input[type="submit"] {

Anyone else have this problem with CSSEdit?

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closed as not a real question by Daniel Beck, Nifle, studiohack Mar 15 '11 at 20:33

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How about sending an email to the vendor's support? Go to Help » Send Feedback. – Daniel Beck Mar 15 '11 at 18:29
Email sent and no reply. This developer has tardy or no replies to support q's. That's why I'm on this site, Daniel. – samfu_1 Mar 15 '11 at 19:26
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I was able to reproduce the issue, although the behavior in CSSEdit and Safari was the same.

Reason: It seems Safari ignores height for buttons whose other properties are unchanged in order to be able to draw the native Aqua styled button. Add border: 1px; to that definition -- in that case, both height and other properties of the button changed for me.

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