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OS 10.5 - Safari update with osx 10.5.5


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I am trying to update my Safari and getting a message that says that I cannot because the new version of Safari requires Mac OS X versions of 10.5.2 or newer. I have 10.5.5 so I don't see that this should be a problem. Any tips?
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What version of Safari are you running right now? The latest is 3.1.2.

You can also download the latest Safari and install it directly yourself if you wish.

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yeah, that produces the message that i need 10.5.2 or greater, which i have. thanks though.
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Safari should be automatically updated when you run Software Update.
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What version of Safari are you running right now? The latest is 3.1.2.
What version are you running? What makes you think you need to update it?
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