764 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Apr 8, 2010 10:18 AM by Robert Newall
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.
Message was edited by: macjack
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.