Safari Version report

I work at a college and there is a high use of Apple Safari both in the classroom and by student owned resources. It would be nice if there was a seperate break out for Safari versions under Browsers like there is for IE, Firefox, Chrome and Opera. Additionally, it would be nice if if included the mobile versions too.
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  • Michael (Official Rep) March 13, 2012 19:21
    The latest versions of the program can recognize versions of Safari, while they don't show them by default in a separate table.

    If you use the Professional or Enterprise version of the program, you can add such table yourself:
    1. Open Options > Report > Tables.
    2. Choose the "Browser > Firefox Versions" table, click the "More" button and choose "Copy Table...".
    3. On the "General" tab enter "Safari Versions" as the table name. On the "Filters" tab edit the existing filter and choose "Safari" instead of "Firefox" as filter value.

    You can create similar table for Mobile Safari or you can create an additional include filter for Mobile Safari in the table on Safari so both mobile and non-mobile versions will be shown in the same table.

    We'll also consider adding predefined table for Safari versions in future versions of the program.
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  • Thank you. I added the Safari table along with the Android Browser table. I decided to add the Mobile Safari into the the Safari report. I also added the Mobile and Mini Opera into the Opera table. I should have looked around some more.
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