I take your point Walter, but Xcode 6 is out of beta with the GM last week, and that will become public later today along with iOS8.
I’ll try it on my wife’s Mavericks later, but I think I must be doing something wrong.
Normally, when clicking on Browser in top right, Safari (default) automatically loads the site, or if selecting another browser, say, Chrome, then the same thing happens. However, if I select iOS Simulator, this does not happen, but it only goes to the iOS home screen. Then if I Ioad mobile Safari, no sign of the site.
OK, so you guys are saying drag the url (from desktop Safari?) onto the mobile Safari window or address box. That doesn’t work. The text being dragged just gets bounced back to desktop Safari.
Even if I copy the url, it will not paste into the mobile Safari box. (I can, however, manually type addresses successfully.)
I don’t understand why one should have to load the site into a desktop browser, then load the simulator and then drag the url anyway. Why is not seamless like any of the other browsers?
I’m becoming frustrated with this, as endless uploading to the server to test on my iOS devices is a real pain.
I guess I should contact support to understand what is going on here.
Ill let you know what I find in that environment when its not beta and somebody else has driven it with their crash helmet on
What I have found in Mavericks is that if I preview in Safari, then drag the URL into the simulator while MobileSafari is running, it Just Works
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