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Safari 4 on Snow Leopard artifacts

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Hi guys,

 

I'm currently running SL (Build 10A354) and I've noticed that Safari tends to produce all kinds of weird artifacts in my Macbook whenever Java is load up (See screenshots below). As anyone else experienced this in SL? It is a Safari or Java bug??? How about CSS animation against flash? Could that be what's causing the problem? Looks like it...

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Hi guys,

 

I'm currently running SL (Build 10A354) and I've noticed that Safari tends to produce all kinds of weird artifacts in my Macbook whenever Java is load up (See screenshots below). As anyone else experienced this in SL? It is a Safari or Java bug??? How about CSS animation against flash? Could that be what's causing the problem? Looks like it...

post-64173-1243444713_thumb.jpg post-64173-1243442811_thumb.jpg post-64173-1243444567_thumb.jpg post-64173-1243444573_thumb.jpg

 

Hello! I have seen something like this, but I can't say for sure that I was using Safari or Java when it happened. A few times whilst I was computing with SL, the menu bar at the top of the screen would have that graphical problem that you experienced. At first I was scared, because it actually looked like the pixels where it was happening had gone dead! It was the weirdest graphical problem I had ever seen. Normally I have seen things kind of like this in Windows and if you moved the mouse through the area then the black pixels would go away. But with what happened here in SL nothing fixed the problem, except when I plugged another monitor into my MacBook. Then when the screen flashed it fixed the problem. Oh well though, as long as it doesn't happen in the final release it's all good! Thanks for reading, just wanted to share my similar story!

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