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wpForo 1.x.x [Solved] Find a member Search Field CSS in Safari

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 jim
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Hi,

The CSS for the member search field doesn't seem to be working in Safari. It works in Chrome, though. All of the other input fields display correctly in Safari, too. It's just this one field that doesn't seem to respond to the CSS. I've purged caches both in WordPress and in Safari, and I've tried on computers that I had never previously opened the site. When I use "Inspect Element" in Safari, I can see that the CSS is being called. Any idea why it's not displaying? 

I've attached a screenshot of what it looks like. Thanks!

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Alvina
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Hi @jim,

Please leave your forum URL to allow us to check it.

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 jim
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 jim
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Hi, @alvina, just making sure you saw my last post with the requested link. Thank you for your help!

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Alvina
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@jim,

We've just checked on the Safari browser and don't find such an issue. See the screenshot:

 jim
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@alvina Yes, it is happening in your screenshot, too. Look at the desktop one. The magnifying glass is covering over the words...

Tutrix
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@jim

Try
add this to custom css

#wpforo #wpforo-wrap .wpf-field input[type="search"] {
-webkit-appearance: textfield;
}

Dashboard > Forums > Settings > Style (custom css)

 jim
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@tutrix Yes! That worked! Thank you so much!