Thanks in advance for any insights that anyone can offer.
the problem resides on a secondary users account on my iMac running ML, though the behevior predated the upgrade (sorry, didn't clean install).
Essentailly, every time I start up Safari, it loads to a youtube page (which was viewed many months ago) that is neither my home page nor the last page I visited prior to shutting down.
What's more, Safari starts up with a history of about 5 pages in the cache. I can push the back button several times before I get to a page where the back button is no longer highlighted.
I have attempted to clear the the history... does not work.
I have tried to reset safari, and quit, but the problem persists once I reopen safari.
I have manually removed the history.plist from the ~library preferences directory, and have removed the safari folder altogether from the ~library directory and yet it still persists.
I have changed the permissions to the secondary users account to Read Only for everybody but the secondary user, then reset safari - again, problem persists.
It's more of an annoyance than anything else - but it is a really grating youtube video and I'd like not to look at it anymore.
again, thanks for the assist.
Are you synchronizing this account with iCloud? If so, disable that and try again.
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