Access to most Tablo screens and features including settings
While other devices/app have access to All Tablo screens and filters.
Among browsers and platforms, yes it’s never been a secret, when Chrome was supported, it had more capabilities. Using #tablo-apps:third-party-apps-plex Third Party aka unofficial apps helps overcome some shortcoming you may encounter.
There’s some users who prefer to avoid data mining software. or stick as close as possible to oss — why you might avoid Chrome
I also notice that Chrome for Mac will not play audio recorded with the Surround Sound setting on, but Safari will. That makes Chrome a nonstarter in my situation. I want surround sound, when available, for my home theater. Live sports, for example, are more fun that way.
I’m also using Safari 14.1.2, so it’s interesting that you’re not seeing the blue diamonds - that’s good, though. I’m running MacOS 10.14 (Mojave), maybe that’s a difference?
I know a bit about surround sound but it’s never occurred to me to wonder which browser might support (i.e. decode) a multi-channel signal. I’m fairly certain we’re talking about a Dolby audio format, and I found this page which confirms what you’re seeing: that Safari supports surround sound, while Chrome doesn’t: https://developer.dolby.com/platforms/html5/browser-support/
Interesting, and telling, that the column names are “Probably” and “Maybe” lols!