Loc: Yuba City, California
what? Boredom?<br><br><br>M i c h a e l (OFI)<br><br>[color:red]"Freedom's untidy. And free people are free to commit mistakes, and to commit crimes and do bad things." — Donald Rumsfeld</font color=red>
Hi,<br>I have OS10 Panther 10.3.9 and had the "localized string not found" message with a webkit error. I am inexperienced with some computer applications-so please be patient with me. I tried what you recommended and now Safari does not work anymore. I deleted the webkit file, reinstalled safari & ran the disk utilities permissions. I can get online only with explorer now. I did not delete the webkit folder from the trash-but it will not reinstall.<br>Any advice?<br><br>
Loc: Yuba City, California
The only advice I can offer is that you do one of two things: Empty the trash and restart the computer and try launching Safari again. If the Trash refuses to empty then this could be the one of the causes of your problem. <br><br>If Safari still fails to launch then I would suggest you reinstall Safari from your Panther disk.<br><br>I really don't know whether your Install Disks will allow a customized install of just Safari by itself or not but, you can download Pacifist from here which allows for custom installs. <br><br>Pacifist is also capable of comparing the files on your hard disk with the files listed in the package, and notifying you of missing files. It may pin-point the problem for you.<br><br>Needless to say but, anytime you trash folders and files from the Library, you run the risk of mucking things up. I know it's a hassle but if you have time, you might consider an Archive & Install. The whole process would take just over an hour to accomplish but you would end up with a clean System and fresh copies of your Applications.<br><br>Remember, if you want to save your existing files, users, and network settings, etc., select "Archive and Install," then select "Preserve Users and Network Settings."<br><br><br><br><br>M i c h a e l (OFI)<br><br>[color:red]"Freedom's untidy. And free people are free to commit mistakes, and to commit crimes and do bad things." — Donald Rumsfeld</font color=red>
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