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Topic # 82758 5-May-2011 08:13 Send private message

Hi Guys,

I'm running Lion and noticed that site search doesn't seem to work in Safari and finding that the preview of forum posting looks rather messed up. Just wanted to give a heads up.  I haven't compared this with Safari in Snow Leopard.  Also disclaimer, I'm not using the latest build of Lion.

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  Reply # 465568 5-May-2011 08:13 Send private message

Are you using any ad blockers?






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  Reply # 465573 5-May-2011 08:25 Send private message

No 3rd party ad blockers.  I am using the built in popup blocker though.



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  Reply # 465742 5-May-2011 13:59 Send private message

Sorry, just did another quick dig through my options and I do have an adblocker extension installed. However, the weird results when I try and post with Lion's Safari shouldn't have anything to do with that.  By weird I mean the appearance of new entries when you preview or post.
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  Reply # 465744 5-May-2011 14:01 Send private message

It may have everything to do with that. Have you tried with ad block switched off?

I don't see any problem here.






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  Reply # 465787 5-May-2011 15:14 Send private message

<body>Testing to see what this looks like in Safari on Lion with all extensions turned off



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  Reply # 465788 5-May-2011 15:15 Send private message

Testing to see what this looks like in Firefox on Lion.



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  Reply # 465790 5-May-2011 15:17 Send private message

Hey freitasm,

I turned off extensions in the Safari for the build that I have and did a post from there as well as from FF so you can see the difference of what it looks like when i post.  It might be just because my build of Lion needs to be updated.

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