Localized String Not Found?

mac-er

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Okay, I am convinced Safari 1.3 is the worst build ever sent out by Apple (at least in my experience).

Besides the browser shutting down everytime a Java applet tries to load or when the browser tries to open a window (i.e. I go to www.cbs.com and try to play video), it is screwing up something else.

When I option+click on an image, the pop-up is screwed up. Half the options listed (Bookmark link, save, etc) will say "localized string not found".

I have also seen "localized string not found" on some links on a few websites (cannot remember which ones off the top of my head).

What is this "localized string not found"?
 

gekko513

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The java applet problem is actually a result of the 10.3.9 update breaking java altogether on most systems.

A fix for that is to download and install the 2005-002 Security Update from apple.com.

The localized string error happens if your OS is set to use a language that Safari claims to have translations for, but in this case these translations can't be found.
 
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mac-er

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gekko513 said:
The java applet problem is actually a result of the 10.3.9 update breaking java altogether on most systems.

A fix for that is to download and install the 2005-002 Security Update from apple.com.

The localized string error happens if your OS is set to use a language that Safari claims to have translations for, but in this case these translations can't be found.
Awesome. Thanks for the link. Seems to have fixed my Java problem (I know, I know, the answer was in the 10.3.9 thread).

Is there anyway to fix the "localized string..."? I assume 10.3.9 did that because it didn't do that before.
 
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gekko513

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mac-er said:
Awesome. Thanks for the link. Seems to have fixed my Java problem (I know, I know, the answer was in the 10.3.9 thread).

Is there anyway to fix the "localized string..."? I assume 10.3.9 did that because it didn't do that before.
Which language is your OS set to?
 
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