vpro

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My Mt.Lion updates have recently messed everything up, should have known better than update, always the case where updates actually cause more harm than fix things.

Newest harm:

When looking up images on google, once you open up a site and you try to swipe back to the last page, it just goes blank and stays blank until I refresh the page.

This is total BS. Why do I always update this stuff, why are people paid to come up with bogus updated software for? This should be illegal right?

Seriously.
 

TimothyB

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Jun 20, 2008
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I picked up a 15" Early 2013 rMBP a week ago, and have noticed this several times. It's still using Mountain Lion and mostly docked with a keyboard and mouse. Now and then clicking the back button, or any other gesture/command, sometimes the previous page comes up blank. Could be any site, like Kotaku for example. Refreshing seems to help.

Safari hasn't been updated, so I don't know if that will fix the issue.

This is also my first Mac since the late 90s, so I'm not experienced with old or new glitches.
 

vpro

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It is the OS, my OS X Lion machines are acting fine and in fact faster to load, and smoother too, runs cooler and more efficiently on battery I noticed. These newer OS's Mt.Lion especially - super twitchy and jumpy.
 
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