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I'd be more than happy to assist you. Have you tried a Safari Reset?
Choose Safari > Reset Safari.
Let me know if that doesn't work.
Been there done that. Does not work on any of my imac browsers. Works fine on my HP, any browser
Let's try one other thing. Try grabbing the com.apple.Safari.plist and dragging it to your desktop.
First quit Safari and then look for the .plist
Go to --> Finder>Go ... then hold down the Option key and the Hidden Library will appear.
Click on Library>Preferences and then in the Spotlight window top right of that window copy and paste com.apple.Safari.plist into it. Once its found, drag the .plist to your desktop. Now open Safari again and see if it still happens.
What should happen is when you open Safari again, a new .plist is created, so if that fixes it, drag the .plist from your desktop to the trash, and if it doesnt work you can do the same or put back the one you just dragged out.
"com.apple.Safari.plist" not found, How would this help with the other browsers?
Did you make sure to hit the option key under finder so we could see the hidden library?
Yes, I'm not really new at this, but this pandora thing is driving me nuts. And again what about the other browsers. Firefox is my preference
I've exhausted my ideas, let me open this up to other experts to see if anyone else has an idea. Please standby.
Jason, I had to down load java to open up the remote application, but still having problems. Firefox 20.00
Still no go
<jnlp codebase="http://188.8.131.52:8040/"> <information> <title>ScreenConnect Guest Client</title> <vendor>Elsinore Technologies Inc.</vendor> <icon href="Images/WebStartIcon.png"/> <icon kind="splash" href="Images/WebStartSplash.png"/> </information> <security> <all-permissions/> </security> <update check="always"/> <application-desc> <argument>?y=Guest&h=184.108.40.206&p=8041&k=BgIAAACkAABSU0ExAAgAAAEAAQAPXd%2BGWHTea1XQ4Fig5wMlUTu6G24vC2qgNx X3hUQqagBpag7Eqk5ke7MRQB3qM6EcCFyNhdxYijifFWDGy83gqNgvtcvvdLErp4yV5s6cBLjxP0g6nvGEdtioYn2aN8sVZK%2F05NXOLgZ3g35JmLyuzdgKeK5tU0qY5PFBVyfqDK8r8fElbjfReedUU%2BzlGFO3yljRvDr%2BdAL0Vsk1KDwpl13RVOv%2FQfnSkwofG%2BcwhcW%2Fuu0%2BxT3b2TFzeGAxL8wMECuz6yg4gs9P6kHGc4Mrmoegn26rShA8NQbzlxlXuL0RlUl8MsfzbzZa%2F3LQuIiFUSAMrfXDzhe2MeRgbzL9&a=ScreenConnect&s=00d1d8b3-7d9e-446d-837d-7c862a0215ab&t=sc_user20</argument> </application-desc> <resources> <j2se version="1.5+" initial-heap-size="32m" max-heap-size="512m"/> <jar href="DANGEROUS URL REMOVED"/> <jar href="DANGEROUS URL REMOVED"/> <jar href="DANGEROUS URL REMOVED"/> <nativelib href="DANGEROUS URL REMOVED"/> </resources></jnlp>
nope still will not run
Got a feeling these issues might be related, Have a good day
Yes, disabled all. Reinstalled mac OS. Tried different browsers. Using pandora desktop I got in from the back door, but I accidentally closed the window and now that method doesn't work
No joy, but thinking about that got me to restart using the edrive from TechTools. In that mode I could log on....some progress. So it is something in my system
I did that a while back, I'll try again. I've also started in the single user mode and a fsck_fy repair with no help. This might take a while...
re installed os x (again) no helps. Going to try Tech Tools, but thanks anyway
No luck. But while in the edrive pandora worked fine. ThechTools found no errors
Don't know, it just worked. Safari was available as well as a few other applications. Everything else was not. ThechTools6
That is correct. It did not work
Firefox is my primary browser. Tried Safari, Chrome and Opera. It's a system fault. FYI check the above that another expert could not remote log onto my system. And an odd ball issue, when trying to log into my daughters college site I get a timed out message. A clue?
Will do, fyi I backtracked and installed an older version of flash a while ago with no resuts
The older version did not work either, I've had the latest one installed for a while.
Still no good. I have to go, will check in tomorrow. $25 bonus if answered tomorrow. Thanks for your patience, you must be scratching your head too.