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14146 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: May 14, 2010 4:56 PM by LeopardNOTSLeopard
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 23, 2010 11:02 AM (in response to Katielou1118)HI,
From the Safari Menu Bar click Safari/Preferences and select the Security tab.
Where you see: Web content
Make sure the following are checked.
If you are running 10.5.3 as your profile indicates, you need to udpate your system software to 10.5.8.
Click the Apple Menu / Software Updates
That way your Safari and Mac OS X will be updated. After the updates are finished, repair disk permissions.
Quit any open applications/programs. Launch Disk Utility. (Applications/Utilities) Select MacintoshHD in the panel on the left, select the FirstAid tab. Click: Repair Disk Permissions. When it's finished from the Menu Bar, Quit Disk Utility and restart your Mac. If you see a long list of "messages" in the permissions window, it's ok. That can be ignored. As long as you see, "Permissions Repair Complete" when it's finished... you're done. Quit Disk Utility and restart your Mac.
CarolynIntel iMac 2.66 MacBookPro 17 PBookG4, Mac OS X (10.6.2), iPhone 3GS Safari 4.04 17 Intuos Tablet Epson Olympus Airport iPods JBL
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 23, 2010 11:02 AM (in response to Katielou1118)I suffered through an employee site that treated me in a similar manner. Part of the problem turned out that the site relied heavily on pop-ups, and I had Safari set to block them.
Eventually, I used Safari for everything else except that site. As Safari's pop-up blocker is "all or none," I used Camino for the employee site. Camino allows you to selectively approve pop-ups from certain sites and block the rest--a nice feature.
Also, some site have to use third-party cookies. Camino also lets you set which third-party cookies you accept.
Worth a try: http://caminobrowser.org/PowerMac G4 MDD 1.25G SP;, Mac OS X (10.4.11), ; MacBookPro Late2007 2.2G 15" (10.5.8); PowerBook G4 1Ghz 17" (10.4.11)
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 25, 2010 8:41 AM (in response to Allan Jones)Done all of the above and it still does not work. Using a Java tester it seems I am running Java 1.5.0_22 from Apple - to use the site I need Java 1.6.0_07. So what is the latest version for Mac?
Any other suggestions?iMac, Mac OS X (10.5.8)
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 25, 2010 9:17 AM (in response to Katielou1118)This is the update you need:
Should have shown up when you ran Software Update.20" 2.1GHz iSight iMac G5, 250GB HD, 1.5GB RAM, Mac OS X (10.5.8), iLife 9 and iMovie 6, Toast 7.1.3, iTunes 9.0.3, QTPro 7.6.4, Safari 4.0.4
Currently Being ModeratedMay 14, 2010 4:56 PM (in response to Katielou1118)If you're like me and have a slightly older Mac, then you're OUT OF LUCK:
Apple has decided to screw Leopard users on systems like my MacBookPro3,1 with an ANCIENT Java v1.5.x with no hope of ever getting to v1.6.
You can run Software Updates all that you like, but you'll never get more than this lousy outdated v1.5.0_22
COME ON, APPLE, are you KIDDING ME?!
My !@#$^& MacBookPro3,1 is STILL UNDER APPLECARE EVEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
WHY NO 32-bit JAVA on MacBookPro3,1?!?!?!?!?!MacBookPro3,1, Mac OS X (10.5.8), NO **** JAVA 1.6?!?!