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Jan
5
revised Are my frequent Safari beach balls caused by my extensions?
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Jan
5
answered Are my frequent Safari beach balls caused by my extensions?
Jan
3
comment Are my frequent Safari beach balls caused by my extensions?
Yes, I may need to try disabling all extensions, the one at a time hasn't yielded anything useful yet. It's also simply possible that Safari has grown long in the tooth and I shold give Chrome another try, definitely Chrome has a better JavaScript engine.
Dec
21
comment Are my frequent Safari beach balls caused by my extensions?
Immediately after posting this I deactivated Ghostery, not yet positive matters improved, but it's looking up. It's tricky because it's sensitive to specific open tabs as well.
Dec
21
asked Are my frequent Safari beach balls caused by my extensions?
Nov
14
awarded  Revival
Nov
3
awarded  Yearling
Oct
24
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Sep
9
comment How can I copy a Google search URL from Safari?
Yes, Ive found this bug in safari extremely annoying
Sep
9
comment Is there an option to show the real url when you do search on Safari 6?
Yes, I've found this extremely annoying, the straw that switched me over to Chrome.
Aug
13
accepted Any idea what happened to /Library/Receipts in Mac OS X Lion?
Jul
29
asked Mac Book Air in a hot car?
Jun
8
comment Lion sleep (or hibernate) closes all applications
I've added an image depicting the button that controls Resume.
Jun
8
revised Lion sleep (or hibernate) closes all applications
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Jun
8
comment Lion sleep (or hibernate) closes all applications
All laptops both sleep and hibernate, depending upon their situation, both technologies are well tested for over a decade and completely transparent for applications. Lion introduced this alternative resume/restore functionality that required additional integration with applications. Resume breaks ALL THE TIME, even with Apple's own applications like Terminal and Preview.
Jun
8
comment Lion sleep (or hibernate) closes all applications
No, automatic logout is irrelevant. You aren't even "logged out" when you reenter your password, but more unlocking it. It simply happens that Lion implemented "lock system and conserve power" by closing all your application because they all told it they could restore/resume themselves. You must disable the restore/resume functionality so that Lion hibernates instead, just like Snow Leopard.
Jun
8
revised Lion sleep (or hibernate) closes all applications
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Jun
8
revised Lion sleep (or hibernate) closes all applications
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Jun
8
revised Lion sleep (or hibernate) closes all applications
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