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Topic # 82758 5-May-2011 08:13
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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 # 465573 5-May-2011 08:25
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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
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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
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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
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<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
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Testing to see what this looks like in Firefox on Lion.



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  Reply # 465790 5-May-2011 15:17
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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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