I was tracking down a bug in my app that only occurs in the iPhone and
iPad. I tracked it down to these 2 lines:

    if (Prototype.Browser.MobileSafari)
      Prototype.BrowserFeatures.SpecificElementExtensions = false;

Because of this check, I believe methods specific to form elements
were not being added to the form elements. Commenting out these 2
lines fixed the problem in my app.

So, my question is: why is this check in place in the first place? Did
MobileSafari have problems with specific element extensions otherwise?
Is what I did the correct fix? And if so, should we commit this change


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