From: Richard Ball <rgb@el...> - 2004-08-20 12:32:39
On [2004-Aug-20] Philip Bays <pbays@...> wrote:
> Aha, at last someone else sees this. I have seen no reports on the
> web, but I have also seen what you observe on the Mac with safari. I
> assume that you have updated to 10.3.5 and that you have updated to the
> latest version of java, released two weeks ago. I have two machines.
> On both I have updated to 10.3.5, but the java update has been applied
> to only one. It is the one that has the java update that causes the
> problem with with Safari. Check your console after Safari crashes. I
> predict an assertion error.
> I have filed a bug report with apple, but please do the same, or let me
> know if you observe something different in your console.
> You can also check it out at:
> Any of the tutorials at that address which require jmol will load fine
> since the initial loading is HTML driven. However, when you hit the
> New Problem button, it will crash safari. It occurs at the point where
Since this is a science-related problem I'd suggest that this matter be
brought up on Apple's SciTech list
(joining is free)
I know a number of Apple engineers do see the posts to the that list and it
might help to have the extra exposure.
I'd do it myself but I'm running a 10.2.8 system and can't do all the stuff
that causes the problem.