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    ok im trying to download from rapidshare, and when i try now it says "please enable java script"...wat do i do>?

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    Download Java
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    I dont think so cuz, i was able to download from rapidshare before, and since i screwed with my safaris prefrences that been happenin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOOK
    i screwed with my safaris prefrences
    What exactly did you do to "screw" with your Safari preferences?
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    Quote Originally Posted by D3v1L80Y
    What exactly did you do to "screw" with your Safari preferences?
    I dunno i was uncheckin and checkin diff boxes, tryna get this other to work wit my comp.

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    please someone helppppp

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    Under the security tab in safari's preferences, make sure "enable javascript" is checked.

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    Its checked and it still dont work

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    Also check if "enable java" is checked.

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    it is and still nuting

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    Have you tried any browsers other then safari?

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    Yea internet explorer says the same thing

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