We have tried to make chatd as aware as possible of the different browsers' "personalities" and to compensate for them.
Your findings intrigued me on two points:
- various problems: nothing seen
Chatd tries to identify the user's browser and feed extra invisible data if required to force a screen update. This in fact is already in place for Safari (which I happily hear didn't give you any problems). If you can post the user agent identification string for those browsers who don't display anything, we can fix that too.
- 6 notes posted each time you hit enter
This again has to do with specific browsers (Safari was the most aggravating of all, surprisingly IE 6/Win had an almost-perfect behavior here). After studying the problem for quite some time, I put a mechanism in place to prevent this form happening, which I can't possibly imagine failing. Which browser did that?