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big flash header kills safari

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hey there, just wondering why the big header is flash.. it seems to kill the site using safari

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update your version of flash ...    just google  "Install flash player" should be top of the list,  and it should automatically work it out for you.

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got the latest flash player etc, I find safari is still unusable on this site on my setup, scrolling == slow torture

moved over to camino and much more pleasurable experience

here FF is useless on os x

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bang .. theres your problem .. so far its a 1/1  strike rate with older powermacs running safari ..      Theres another 5 or so people on here that had the same problem and managed to fix it ...

Strange issue , but its pretty much just down to the browser ....      The problem as far as I can see is to do with the backing graphic and early safari versions inability to handle caching properly ..    Pretty sure the problem was resolved on the first version of intel macs and what ever version of safari they're running.

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running safari 3 here as main browser

camino for this and some other sites

as for the music thats what the analogue gear is for ;)

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yup. and how you create music on a G4 is beyond me :D

Hey - hands off the G4 pal! 5 years of trusty service I had!

(and 1 reverb at a time ;) )

;)

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G4 > Pentium 3

That is all. ;)

Yeah, those earlier revisions of Safari are a bit rough around the edges. The v3.0.4 I'm running now is sweet, and the only crashes have been when playing back Ehsan's tracks. I'm serious. Don't know why, or what it means, but hey, it happened twice, so it's a sign. ;D

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FF is useless on os x

I concur. PS Opera ftw! It's a tad slower than Safari but the feature list is worth the slight lag.

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