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lately this has been happening to safari^
I tried deleting it once and then downloading it again. It worked fine for less than a day, but now it's back!
every time a page loads it looks completely normal until i start scrolling and then it gets very distorted and begins to stagger the entire page. the only way i can read a page is if i highlight what i want to view..

I downloaded firefox and i've had no problems with it at all. i would just give up on safari but for some reason i prefer safari over firefox :/

has anyone else had this problem?
does anyone know what's going on and how i can fix this without having to delete it every time it screws up?


any help is greatly appreciated, thank you!

-natalie
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hello =) and lets see if we can fix that problem, i remember reading that safari takes up a lot of resources from your mac but not sure, what are your mac's specs
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MacBook Pro
Mac OS X ver. 10.5.2
2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
2gb 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM
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hmmm maybe u should try updating your mac to the latest version. You have the same specs as me so everything should be running fine
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that was simple haha thanks
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