3814 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Jan 9, 2006 3:08 AM by NICE
I have just noticed this bug, this morning. My system is fully updated and like yours is a g4 running 10.3.9. I removed the bookmarks file from the Library but this did not remove the bug so I replaced the bookmarks file. Just last week I installed a backup of 10.3 onto a partition on a new HD I bought and ran the software update which included the 10.3.9 combo.
I have fixed the problem by replacing just the Safari application from the backup. This does not replace your bookmarks. If you are worried make a copy of the bookmark.plist from your Libary/Safari/bookmark first. I have quit and relaunched Safari several times and access all bookmarks with no further problems.
These are the updates that I applied recently. My backup ha had the 10.3.9 combo whereas the routine system has been done incrementally. I had also been using Safari Enhancer with my routine version but not with the backup and recently removed it so this may have caused problems but I have no evidence or this.
2005-09-14 17:22:10 +0100: Installed "Java Security Update" (4.0)
2005-09-21 17:05:17 +0100: Installed "iTunes" (5.0.1)
2005-09-24 15:37:15 +0100: Installed "Security Update 2005-008" (1.0)
2005-09-24 15:37:44 +0100: Installed "iTunes Phone Driver" (1.1)
2005-09-24 15:37:56 +0100: Installed "iPod Updater 2005-09-23" ((null))
2005-10-12 22:14:15 +0100: Installed "iTunes" (6.0)
2005-10-12 22:14:40 +0100: Installed "QuickTime" (7.0.3)
2005-10-21 23:43:03 +0100: Installed "iTunes" (6.0.1)
As you kindly suggested, I replaced my current version of Safari with a backup I had and I can now access all my bookmarks once again. I made a copy of the bookmark.plist just in case but it was not necessary. Thank you so much for the fix as there were a number of bookmarks I needed to access.
By the way, I too had been using Safari Enhancer with my usual version and I had been unable to successfully download an update, so maybe that was causing the problem.
Anyway, thank you again.
Same problem here and I know that Safari Enhancer is at fault. All of it started after using S.E. and trying unsuccessfully to download an update.
My question is: where can I find a full version of Safari since I don't have a back-up and all that I can find is an up-date to Safari. I have OS 10.3.9 and
Of course I had a back-up of Safari!!! on the Panther's install disk! Just for the sake of completeness I'll describe what I did, after reading a little. Downloaded Pacifist to extract the OS X lnstall package from the Panther disk; there I found Safari and Pacifist installed it. I had, before, deleted the broken Safari, but not the bookmarks.plist. I then downloaded the update and all worked well, but for one thing: Safari was in english and I'm french-canadian.
I then remembered the language file I had downloaded from Safari enhancer's site which was for some other problems but which served me well
because I put the different languages files in: Safari/Package Contents/Resources, and voilà mon p'tit père! If you are with 10.3.9, my advice is: don't touch Safari Enhancer,even with a long stick!
Thanks to those who know.
Bonjour!Grace a tes infos j'ai pu resoudre mon probleme(safari quittait qd j'essayais d'ouvrir les signets)en extrayant avec Pacifist...mais of course Safari1.2.1 est maintenant en Anglais!Bon ce n'est pas trop un gros probleme pour moi mais j'aimerais bien retrouver ma langue originelle!De plus fort de tes conseils (j'utilise OS 10.3.9)je ne veux pas toucher a Enhancer!!!
Peux tu m'aider?
Merci par avance cousin canadien (je suis à Nice-FRANCE)
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