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#243681 25-Dec-2018 11:44
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The iMac is 2014. Did external backup, then upgrade to Mojave 24/12/18. Everything seems to be working except I cannot connect to the news outlet Stuff. It is in Safari/Favourites. All other favourites are working, so I conclude that the problem is not with Safari. Any ideas, anyone?. BTW, I can get Stuff through the app on my iPhone, and the app on my iPad.

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  #2150426 25-Dec-2018 11:46
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Probably a new feature to save you from having to read Stuff. Must remember to install Mojave myself...

 

EDIT: Seriously though, what sort of error message(s) do you get?


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  #2150435 25-Dec-2018 11:55
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I rarely have a problem on my iMac (2018) Mojave / safari but quite often the site does not load / reload on my iPad 2 with Safari. I have to assume it’s their server in some way.

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  #2150441 25-Dec-2018 12:10
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I'm jealous and want this feature enabled

 

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  #2150444 25-Dec-2018 12:20
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Mojave gets safari 12.0. maybe one more update to get safari 12.0.1.

Edit: 12.0.2 now.

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  #2150448 25-Dec-2018 12:22
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Make sure that everything is up-to-date and clear History or try a private browsing tab.






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  #2150450 25-Dec-2018 12:24
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It's a Christmas miracle

Masco

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  #2150497 25-Dec-2018 17:08
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Thanks for all the suggestions everyone. Rebooted the iMac and all is now well again.
Happy Christmas!



  #2150499 25-Dec-2018 17:11
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I just use chrome on mine.





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  #2150599 26-Dec-2018 00:07

Maybe there was an article on Stuff that was anti Apple. And now that article has dropped off the Stuff website.





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