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Old Jan 7, 2013, 11:05 AM   #1
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safari reloading frustration...

i know others have pointed this out.

when i go back to a previous page in safari, it loads, then...reloads.
so, on the macrumors forums, for example, when i read a thread, and go back to, say the "OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion" forum...all the bolded, unread threads become unbolded. ugh.

also, if i do a google search, check a page, then want to go back to the search.. the back button is usually not highlighted...as if i'd never been there. so i have to go to History, and select the google search.

the forum thing is really annoying, so...seems a good day to rant I MEAN post about it...
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Old Jan 13, 2013, 12:54 PM   #2
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You need to enable the debug option on Safari toolbar then enable use Single-process windows.

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