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729 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Apr 8, 2010 10:18 AM by Robert Newall
Currently Being ModeratedApr 8, 2010 7:42 AM (in response to ejg999)Have you "reset Safari" from the Safari Menu?
Also try Safe Mode (It will take more time to startup in Safe Mode because it runs a directory check.)
If your apps function correctly that way, go to System Preferences >> Accounts >> Login Items, and remove them. Boot normally and test. If not go to Users/(yourname)/Library/Contextual Menu Items and move whatever is there to the desktop. Then do the same with /Library/Contextual Menu Items. Lastly, try moving ~(yourHome)/Library/Fonts to your desktop and restarting.
EDIT: In the case of Safari look in Users/yourhome/Library/Internet Plug-in items and
/Library/Internet Plug-in items.
Log out/in or restart, if that sorts it start putting items back one at a time until you find the culprit.
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Currently Being ModeratedApr 8, 2010 10:18 AM (in response to ejg999)Not technical. Try Camino and Opera. The latter is a combined browser/email client. The interface is different but can be easily got used to. I find browsers develop hitches that clear with a later version or without. Since I want to have the use 'now', I always have about four around.
You should though follow the other advice and try to find what is wrong with your Safari.powerbook G4 Aluminium,PBG4 Titanium, MacPro8Cores Xeons, Toshiba Sat Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.3), Various RAM configs, OSs 10.4.11 & 10.5.8