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We've been using the wiki (currently running os x mountain lion) for a while now and most people seem to like it. The attachments, however, don't seem to be downloadable or even "quick-view-able" in Chrome.

I checked in the chrome console and no JavaScript errors are being thrown. Apple support told me to look through the Chrome support pages, but I haven't found much in the way of people talking about this.

I noticed that sprockets.js is saying that the log level is set to "error". I have no idea how to change this to debug.

So, is there some other form of debugging that I'm missing here? Any suggestions welcome.

[UPDATE DATE=12-12-12]
I did some digging into Webkit and Safari to see if I could identify a simple fix. In the end I just used a different wiki software. It's too bad because people gave great reviews of the OS X wiki system right up until they tried to upload a file. Also, it was really well integrated into the server, and very easy to admin.

Anyhoo, I'll leave this question unanswered in case someone else figures this out.

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Use Safari...:) – unmircea Dec 12 '12 at 20:11

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