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Apple Safari Issue, Again.

Discussion in 'Computers, Smartphones & Tablets' started by Darth-gamer, Aug 28, 2011.

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  1. Darth-gamer

    Darth-gamer Open Water Diver. Blub Blub. Premium Member

    May 12, 2004

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    For the past few weeks I have had a strange issue with Safari (5.1). The issue is with youtube. I and rate (thumbs up or down) videos, but I can not rate nor can I see the ratings for comments. They appear at the top of the comment section like normal, but I can give a thumbs up or down and can't see the thumbs up or down number next to the comments. Anyone else have this problem? Note, Firefox does NOT have this issue. I don't want to switch to firefox though because Safari works better with Lion. And yes, I have reset Safari.

    21.5"iMac. 3.06GHz Intel core i3. 8GB DDR3. OSX Lion 10.1. Safari 5.1.

    Actually, nevermind. Bad cookie. That's a BAD COOKIE! Didn't delete with a reset, had to do it manually. o_O

    Anyway, no need for this now.

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