not fixed yet in 3.3.3
I just checked, and it's still using wrap=on instead of wrap=virtual.
"on" is not a value I've ever heard of for the wrap attribute. It might a an IE-only thing, but it is not standard, and should not be used, and is causing a problem (at least for Safari users).
... hmm... quickly Googling didn't turn up anything about wrap=on. Perhaps the person who wrote the HTML just assumed that since wrap has a possible value of "off" it must therefore have a possible value of "on". Not so.
Please change this to wrap="virtual". Thanks!