I upgraded to Safari 5.1.4 yesterday, and now about every 20-30 minutes, my web pages all reload. I will be in the middle of a transaction and the page will reload and I will lose whatever I was working on. If I have a tab that was logged into my email, the web page reloads and I have to re-login to my email account.I can't find any way to disable this and it's incredibly frustrating. I was in the midst of buying a plane ticket last night and the web page reloaded when I was in the middle of purchasing the ticket.It actually happened when I was trying to post this thread, and I had to rewrite the entire post again.
Currently running 10.6.8 with Safari 5.1.7 on my 1.83 Macbook Pro...Â
Several weeks ago I noticed an odd bit of behavior from Safari. If I click the back button (or hot-key back one page), and then move the pointer using my trackpad, the displayed page reloads. It doesn't reload the page if I use two fingers to drag the page up or down, it only does it if I touch the pad with one finger.Â
I have shut off all my extensions, so what could be causing this?
i have a early 2008 octo mac pro, with it im using a philips 220ws, the problem i'm having is that scrolling a page be it safari, firefox or a pages doc. it seems to jutter along and doesnt move as smooth as my mac book,and when typing into either msn messenger, pages or even text edit letters seem to lag behind what im typing, ok it may only be for a secon and about 2 letters behind burt it gets annoying worse when back spacing. does anyone else have the problem or possible fix? im not using anything more than than the word processor, safari and msn at a time
On MacBook Pro Retina, running, OS X 10.9.3, this problem recently started to occur:Â
Upon launching Apple Mail. the InBox will briefly display the messages in the mailbox, then clear the messges and reload from the mail server.Â Depending on the number of messages in the Inbox, this can take some time.Â
This only occurs if an internet connection is available. Otherwise, the mail stays put.Â
I have tried deleting and recreating both the mail server mailbox and the Apple Mail account (not at the same time), without success.Â
Info: MacBook Pro with Retina display, OS X Mavericks (10.9.3)
Just did update to Safari 5.0 via software update. G4 Dual 867 OSX 10.5.8. Crashes every time I attempt to click on any link. Starts to connect, Beachball-crash. If left idle, without clicking any link, still crashes after less than a minute. Fixed permissions, re-installed with download from Apple site, permissions again..... no difference. Disabled Click to Flash, Ad Blocker...same thing. Just won't work!!!
After Latest update (security update) that came out not so long ago, my safari experience has gone from good to bad. I have crash on me at least twice a day. Anyone else had this? I noticed that it usually happens when I try to compose email on Gmail, when I press compose and enter my friends email press enter to select contact, after that the wheel starts spinning and then you get "Safari quit unexpectedly"
Does anyone else have this issue? Also my startup times started to get slower.
I like to open up news websites to get my news. I find a story I am interested in and click the link and read the story. The problem is that when I return to the front page of that website, Safari immediately refreshes the page and makes me wait a few seconds before I can click on another link I was interested in. It is extremely annoying to have to wait for a refresh everytime I go back to the page. Seems a lot worse after the 5.1.7 update.
Since last night's Mac OS upgrade (I use Lion), the cursor in Safari is a constantly spinning beachball.Â How can I turn it back into an arrow?Â Safari is still working, by the way--but the beachball keeps spinning.
I have the 2013 15 inch retina Macbook Pro and I have been having a problem with it lately. Whenever I use safari, my browser is freezing constantly. Its is only when I use safari, not any other applications, such as Microsoft word. Normally, I wouldn't consider this a big issue, but it gets worse. When I don't navigate on my computer and let it rest for a minute or so (while running safari and sometimes other applications) this screen pops up:
I have not dropped my computer, nor done anything to cause any damage to it.
Info: MacBook Pro with Retina display, Running OS X 10.1
I upgraded to Flash Player 10 a few days ago, and since then both Safari and Firefox are crashing almost every time i visit a page with Flash. I have tried uninstalling flash and reinstalling a developer's copy of version 9 but the crashes continue.
I have read a lot of complaints about similar problems, but have not been able to find a solution or even an explanation as to why it's happening. So I don't know if it's a conflict with the latest version of Leopard (not Snow) or what.
Safari has been crashing for me every time I open it. It's mostly on sites like YouTube, which leads me to believe that it's a flash problem. When I open the page it just freezes up and the pinwheel just keeps spinning and spinning. I noticed these problems on my MacBook after I upgraded to Snow Leopard, and now they are arising again on my recently purchased Mac Pro (also running SL). I'm running latest version of SL, Safari, and Flash.
My 13" MacBook Air Mid-2011 Version currently running Mac OS X 10.7.3. Is constantly overheating and the fan is constantly loud. The fan is around 5500rpm even when I am not doing anything on it or even when it is off.
On two different computers, Safari will occassionally (although it's getting more frequent), not load a page.Â I'll click on a link or a bookmark, it will put the address in the toolbar and the progress bar goes across, but it will stay on the current page.Â I'll reload the page and get the same effect (correct address, progress bar goes across, previous page)Â The toolbar has the new address, but the page will be the old page.Â Â
Quiting Safari resets it and it automatically goes to the new page upon reopening.Â Is there a way to keep Safari from doing this?
Info: Macbook Pro 2.66, Mac OS X (10.6.4), iOS 4.0
Often when I click on a weblink, Safari tries to load the new page, but nothing. The web address shows up in the bar at the top, but no response. It happens often. But, even when I'm having trouble, navigating around in some closed community like Facebook works fine, so it's not an internet connection problem. (I thought it was a connection problem at first--poor wiring?--but since I can move around in Facebook, I'm dismissing that.)Â Also, it happens both when the computers are connected through the routers or directly via Ethernet to the AT&T U Verse modem. Â
This started when we switched from Comcast cable to AT&T, but there have been numerous Safari updates since then. I don't really think it is a Safari problem. The only PC on the home network doesn't show this problem (but it is an older, slow PC); both Macs on the network exhibit the problem. Happens whether we use the ethernet network or go wireless (non-Apple routers). Â
Safari doesn't ask "are you sure you want to quit 2 pages?" How do you get that back? Because when im working on an application for instance and I accidentally command+Q another safari page instead of command+W, it all quits and when I relaunch all my information is gone.