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Default Safari attribute names getting lowercased

Hello All, TIA of your help.

I am currently working on an existing AJAX project and am updating it to work with Safari.

Any attribute names I have in my XML documents get converted to lowercase when I try to serialize the contents of a DOM, or even access them via the attribute.name property.

Is there something I can to do preserve casing in attribute names, please?



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