Tried to launch Safari this morning and it crashed before a browser window appeared. (Error:"The application Safari has Unexpectedly Quit. The System And Other Applicatioins Have Not Been Affected.")<br><br>Tried again and again and it still won't launch. Tried rebooting and that didn't help.<br><br>Anybody else have this problem?<br><br><br><br>----<br>S3V3N<br>Washington, DC USA
i am just screwing with him just for laughs...i meant to reply back right away that i was joking, but i got caught up reading your long post on safari and forgot. <br><br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
just kidding. i don't doubt you are having problems with this beta browser. have you tried deleting the associated files in the pref panes? (actually, i haven't explored to see where the prefs are stored)<br><br>EDIT: it is located at Library -> Preferences -> com.apple.Safari.plist<br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue> <P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by sean on 01/08/03 10:26 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
Bwah hah hah. Troll...that's funny.<br><br>I'm using 10.2.3.<br><br>No...really it won't launch. Yesterday I downloaded Safari, used it for about an hour or so...then rebooted in 9.2.2 to do some surfing using IE w/Windows Media Player. Finished and rebooted in 10.2.3. Didn't use Safari after the 9.2.2 boot. Got up this morning and tried to surf with it and it gives me that error. <br><br>I'll try killing those prefs as you mentioned.<br><br>----<br>S3V3N<br>Washington, DC USA
Actually...not on my HD it doesn't.<br><br>One of the sites that I visit embeds WM clips within the webpage (doesn't spawn a player when you select the link). The site specifically says we don't recommend visiting this site using OSX. I've tried it, and it usually kills the browser AND the player. So the only way I can view the site is using IE w/WMP, under OS9.<br><br>Also, Microsoft's website lists WMP for OSX as a carbonized version, not a true Aqua build.<br><br>----<br>S3V3N<br>Washington, DC USA
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