Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 16th Jan 2007 13:10 UTC, submitted by SK8T
Mac OS X You may have missed it with all the news coming out of last week's Macworld Expo, but Apple recently distributed a new pre-released build of Mac OS X 10.4.9 to its developer community. The latest is just the second build of the Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger operating system update to make its way outside the company's walls since build 8P2111 was released to developers in late December. Since build 8P2111, which included numerous fixes for wireless and sync technologies, Apple has reportedly shifted the focus of Mac OS X 10.4.9 to some lower-level technology improvements.
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RE[2]: safari
by jackeebleu on Wed 17th Jan 2007 01:06 UTC in reply to "safari"
jackeebleu
Member since:
2006-01-26

either im lucky or just, well lucky, but i have never had Safari crash on me ever on 10.4.x, im currently on 10.4.8 and have had no issues whatsoever, 10.4 has proven one of the more reliable and fast builds for me since ive been using OS X, maybe its the type of porn you are looking at...the browser may not be able to handle it. ;)

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RE[3]: safari
by Chicken Blood on Wed 17th Jan 2007 01:19 in reply to "RE[2]: safari"
Chicken Blood Member since:
2005-12-21

Is there a more 'stable' type of porn that you recommend?

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RE[3]: safari
by TownDrunk on Wed 17th Jan 2007 02:32 in reply to "RE[2]: safari"
TownDrunk Member since:
2005-11-28

Spend some time surfing through Google Maps. After doing that for a bit with zooming in and out, you usually get a Safari crash.

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RE[4]: safari
by tyrione on Wed 17th Jan 2007 07:00 in reply to "RE[3]: safari"
tyrione Member since:
2005-11-21

Submit a bug to Google for their Mac Group that handles Google Maps and see if they do anything that currently breaks or is non-compliant with their bounds checks.

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