Well whaddya know. They just loaded fine on my machine this time around. I have 8 crash logs from when they failed to load earlier this morning while I tried turning on and off various combinations of extensions.
I'll have to update my bug report to Apple. Thanks for trying them again. I can't imagine what glitch on the NOAA site would cause Safari to out and out crash, but whatever it was, it must've been fixed. Bill > On Sep 22, 2016, at 10:33, tom <tguenth...@twc.com> wrote: > > Bill, I just tried your examples and had no problem… > > Tom > > >> On Sep 22, 2016, at 8:57 AM, Bill Rising <bris...@mac.com> wrote: >> >> Hi All, >> >> Like a complete idiot, I updated to Safari 10.0 instead of waiting for >> Safari 10.0.1. As should be expected from recent major number updates, >> Safari 10.0 is buggy: it can crash when going to harmless websites.  >> >> I'd advise not upgrading until Apple does a bit more testing and fixing. >> >> Why, oh, why did I trust the very first version out the door? >> >> Bill >> >>  Here is the first example I found: the national weather service page. Go >> to www.weather.gov (or its alias nws.noaa.gov), enter a location and hit >> enter. Poof! No more Safari. You could also just go to Louisville's weather >> http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?CityName=Louisville&state=KY&site=LMK&textField1=38.2248&textField2=-85.7412&unit=1 >> Ugh >> _______________________________________________ >> MacGroup mailing list >> Posting address: MacGroup@erdos.math.louisville.edu >> Archive: <http://email@example.com/> >> Answers to questions: <http://erdos.math.louisville.edu/macgroup/> > > > _______________________________________________ > MacGroup mailing list > Posting address: MacGroup@erdos.math.louisville.edu > Archive: <http://firstname.lastname@example.org/> > Answers to questions: <http://erdos.math.louisville.edu/macgroup/>
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