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OS 10.6 - Snow Leopard Webcast

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I signed up to join the Webcast that OReilly did on Webex last week. It was to be on Snow Leopard & I had upgraded soon as it came out.
Guess what?? The Webcast does NOT work if you are running the New Safari that come with Snow Leopard!! How crazy is that.
It took so long to get it up & running it was a waste of time. When I did eventually join the host ,somebody called Chris ???, mumbled so I heard little of what he said.
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