Currently Being ModeratedJul 31, 2013 2:38 PM (in response to drffc)
When you press go back, it initially goes to the top of the page, and sometimes I have to wait a few seconds for Safari to find my place on the page again. Are you waiting before you start scrolling?
If you are, you might want to try...
...quitting and relaunching Safari (go to Safari>Quit Safari).
...resetting Safari (go to Safari>Reset Safari and make sure Remove all website data is checked. This will clear your browsing history so make sure you have anything you want to save from your web history bookmarked.)
Currently Being ModeratedJul 31, 2013 10:49 PM (in response to drffc)
Did all that ... no difference.
Currently Being ModeratedAug 1, 2013 2:20 PM (in response to drffc)
The next step is to see if it is something only happening in your user account. You will need to create a new user account and try the same thing there to know what to do next:
This process involves creating a new user account, logging in to it, and testing for the issue.
- Create a new standard or admin user account in Users & Groups preferences. See this video, or this article for instructions for OS X Lion. See this article for instructions for OS X Mountain Lion.
- Optional: If you have any specific files you wish to test with, copy (don't move) those items to the /Users/Shared folder in the Finder.
- Log out of your current user account by choosing Log Out from the Apple () menu.
- Log in with the new account you created.
- Attempt to reproduce the issue you were seeing in your regular user account.
Note: If you were using any specific settings that the issue depends on, such as using a specific email account, iCloud account, and so forth, then you should set up that account in System Preferences. For email and most other settings you should be able to set them up easily in the Mail, Contacts & Calendars System Preference pane. If you copied any files to the /Users/Shared folder that you need for testing, you would want to copy them to the desktop (or other applicable locations) of the test account.
- Important: After you have completed testing, log out of the test account by by choosing Log Out from the Apple () menu.
- Log in as your regular account.
- After you have completed all testing with the test user account, you may wish to delete it. You can delete an account in the Users & Groups pane of System Preferences (Accounts preferences in Mac OS X v10.5 and 10.6) by simply selecting it and clicking the minus ("-") button below the account list. Note: Prior to deleting a test account, make sure you are completely done with it. If you have files in the Guest User you wish to keep, you should copy them to the /Users/Shared folder .
Here is an article that explains the process: http://support.apple.com/kb/TS4053
Currently Being ModeratedAug 4, 2013 10:51 AM (in response to drffc)
For an unknown reason, its fixed all by itself!
Thanks to all for taking your time to read, help, and offer suggestions!
Currently Being ModeratedAug 6, 2013 1:47 PM (in response to drffc)
Yay! I'm glad it's working again!