In article <250620030907456909%abedabhydcba2465.com>,
Leo <abedabhydcba2465.com> wrote:
There appears o be some problem writing your preferences back to disk.> I've a strange problem with Safari (I'm using 1.0, but same thing
> happened with earlier beta versions.) I'm using OSX 10.2.6. I did NOT
> want the default home page of "apple netscape" so I changed the
> preference to point to a locally stored custom HTML page (with my
> favorite links.) Now, any time I asked for a new window, I'd get MY new
> home page instead of the Apple home page. I could even quit the
> application and start up again and my home page would appear.
> BUT...after I shut down for the night, and then boot up and log in the
> next day, the "apple netscape" page is back. My setting of the new home
> page has been completely forgotten. (If it matters, the web pane of the
> Internet Preferences panel still points to my new home page.)
> It seems like Apple insists on its home page being my home page at the
> start of each day. Anyone know why this is happening?
Settings are remembered throughout the day because they are (probably)
cached in RAM but the writes back to disk never completes for some
reason. I would recommend a pass with DiskWarrior and the "Repair
Permissions" option of Disk utility.
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