Having more browsers opens up more opportunities for more clients. Having the designer limited to chrome and safari forces users to either download a browser they don't use/like, or choose another hosting website. I am a windows user but when I had Apple I used Firefox because it had more customizable security features than safari. I've used chrome before and did not enjoy the constant malware and fake security sweeps I kept getting. Against my better judgement, I downloaded chrome again so I could use your editor and again I got malware and fake security alerts. I deleted chrome and now use Microsoft Edge but when I need to edit my site I dig the old MacBook out of the closet and use safari. It would be great to at least make it compatible to a windows browser like edge or even a third party browser like Firefox. Please consider this.
Yes, absolutely, our home now uses Microsoft due to security flaws in Chrome and Apple Mac devices, including Safari. better yet make Webflow available offline as an App, or Progressive Web App. I am sure you could elicit serious support and even funding for this from Microsoft or other sources for funding Digital platform expansion into the MS platform
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