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  • Dimitris Moshopoulos Level 1 (0 points)

    There seems to be a solution, reinstalling Mountain Lion, but I wouldn't try it myself, since I'm a rookie in Macs (only been using them for a year or so). Maybe, if you're more familiar with Macs...

     

    Unfortunately, all the solutions that Mr. Davis kindly suggested, didn't work

     

    Funny thing is, I must log in my Mac as a guest and Safari works properly (being a guest in my own "home", lol).

  • Richard Meislin Level 1 (10 points)

    Try this:

     

    Quit Safari

     

    Go to the Library folder in your normal (non-guest) account. It's hidden, but if you hold down the option key while clicking on the Go menu in the Finder, you'll see it.

     

    Go to the Preferences folder.

     

    Remove these four files, or whichever ones are there.

    com.apple.Safari.LSSharedFileList

    com.apple.Safari.plist

    com.apple.Safari.RSS.plist

    com.apple.Safari.plist.lockfile

     

    Launch Safari, and view a pdf on Dropbox. Mine is now normal.

  • Dimitris Moshopoulos Level 1 (0 points)

    PROBLEM SOLVED !!!!!


     

    CAN'T THANK YOU ENOUGH, MY FRIEND, YOU'RE ACES !!!!!

     

    Everything's back to normal, I viewed some of the documents linked through my website and Safari is displaying them like it should.

     

    THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU !!!!

  • Dimitris Moshopoulos Level 1 (0 points)

    PROBLEM CAME BACK - NOT SOLVED EVENTUALLY !

     

    Well, it was good while it lasted, all 15 minutes of it

     

    I just tried it and Safari is acting up again

  • Dimitris Moshopoulos Level 1 (0 points)

    I think I figured out what's going wrong; it seems like the files you mentioned must be deleted from time to time. 15 minutes ago, Safari was acting up, I deleted one of the files and now is working again properly. *** !!!

  • martyrd Level 1 (0 points)

    I did the file deletion and it worked.  My library folder disappeared, but found it again under GO.  Thanks!

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