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Hi,

A few weeks ago Safari went weird on me - I was running 4 beta under 10.5.7 - then suddenly no pages would load when the app was launched, and the Safari menu started to behave in a weird way, with certain options becoming unavailable (Quit being one!).

I'm now using Firefox, and assumed that the real version of Safari 4 would solve this problem when it was released. It hasn't. It's exactly the same.

I'm quite happy using Firefox, but would love to solve this problem.......

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Try going to Library>Preferences>
delete the com.apple.safari.plist
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Tried trashing the plist and repairing permissions. Situation still the same.
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Hi,

Did it all again - and wahay, business as usual! Thanks, guys.
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