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Topic # 151486 27-Aug-2014 11:50
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Is anyone else having problems navigating Sparks webpage using Safari? I am running 10.9.4 and the page does;t work with Safari, I have to use Firefox which isn't a big deal but its not helpful if someone only uses Safari.

Also I am not a Spark customer I just wanted to have a look and my 2c is I don't see any change from the Telecom days...

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  Reply # 1116508 27-Aug-2014 14:09
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What? The page is totally different!

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  Reply # 1116513 27-Aug-2014 14:12
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Still on OS-X 10.8.5 and use Safari 6.1.6. Seems to be working nicely here.


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  Reply # 1116557 27-Aug-2014 14:57
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Can you define "doesn't work"?

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  Reply # 1116626 27-Aug-2014 15:52
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Seems OK on Safari 7.0.6 to me.

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  Reply # 1116806 27-Aug-2014 20:00
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Working fine on 10.10 with Safari 8


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  Reply # 1116826 27-Aug-2014 20:20
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10.9.4 & Safari 7.0.6 seems OK to me

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  Reply # 1116828 27-Aug-2014 20:22
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Safari 8.0 on 10.10 working fine for me too. Time for bi-monhtly reboot of your mac, then try again. 

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