5353 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Jan 10, 2011 9:51 AM by ccoggin90
to start at the beginning - are plugins enabled in Safari-Preferences-Security ?
if so, try toggling that pff/on
Failing that, try a a New User Account & if that works, trash Safari's settings file for your usual account
Thanks for your response, but none of these worked:
Plugins were enabled, toggling off then on didn't help.
Created a new user and logged in. The same problem existed for the new user.
Tried deleting com.apple.safari.plist but I don't have this file in ~/Library/Preferences. I searched the computer and couldn't find that file anywhere.
Last night I ran repair permissions, this morning I tried deleting and reinstalling Safari. All without luck.
Any other thoughts?
I'd try with just Flash or better, quicktime in the plugins folder, say, and wonder why there's no other plugins from the standard install...
any other add-ons you're aware of? - see http://support.apple.com/kb/ts3230 for some ideas of where to look.
the safari plist is likely irrelevant, since it's account-specific. but ~ is short for Home
or just paste that path into safari