> In article <rbpeirce-E1C96C.00205025062003news3.news.adelphia.net>,
> Robert Peirce <rbpeirceadelphia.net> wrote:
> > In article <rbpeirce-08EFC7.00141025062003news3.news.adelphia.net>,
> > Robert Peirce <rbpeirceadelphia.net> wrote:
> > > I am running a G4 PowerBook and I just installed the new version from
> > > the Software Update section of Preferences. When I start Safari now I
> > > don't get a window and I can't open one with File->New Window. What
> > > happened?
> > I found the problem. I needed to remove the old icon from the dock and
> > install the new one. Then it worked.
> I'm having the same problem -- after Safari 1.0 worked fine for a day
> and a half. The program acts like a window's there (the File menu's
> Close item becomes enabled) but it's not. If I switch back into Safari
> I can get the window to show up but the edit fields are all missing and
> the initial tab is black. This phantom window does not respond to
> clicks (i.e. if I bring some other window to the front, I can't bring
> Safari back to the front by clicking the window).
> Threw out the prefs. Nope.
> Disabled all my haxies. Nope.
> DiskWarriored all my disks. Nope.
> Threw out everything in ~/Library/Safari. Nope.
> Threw out com.apple.safari.plist. Nope.
> Re-installed Safari. Nope.
> I don't have Safari in my dock so I can't replace it. In any case,
> that's a complete placebo, it couldn't possibly have had any effect.
> Any ideas? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?