Have you tried running it on windows or Linux box to see if it's isolated to Apple? I've not used Safari lately, but I could take a look tonight when I get home... see if its the same issue or an isolated issue. Windows and Linux have been working fine for me.
I've only had real issues on the rare occasion when the site's server goes down as a whole, and have confirmed with fellow Geeks that this has happened to some of us at the same time. Generally speaking I have no problems with the site. Occasionally slow load times, but nothing of particular concern. I would suspect individual network, OS, or browser issues over problems with site hosting.
I've definitely never gotten the error Trent is addressing. Perhaps try Chrome on your Apple computer? My wife long ago switched to this instead of native Safari. Fewer compatibility issues, for sure.
I often have issues similar to that, haven't paid attention to the actual message, when trying to post or reply to a pm from work. But I just assumed it was because we use an outdated version of explorer and I can't change it. It'll spin and spin until I get an error message.
OK, I downloaded Chrome and it worked. I think I know why. When it loads in the Chrome browser, it breaks the thread into pages, Safari tries to load it all in one page. Is there any way to change that setting?
I've tried it on Windows OS 7 and 10, on OS X and on a Linux box. Worked with all browsers including IE in many versions, Safari, Chrome, Opera and Konqueror, on all platforms.
I don't know much ASP but I have seen these errors a long time ago on other forums and there were many ways to fix it server side (flush the buffer, use no buffer at all (longer load times) but when these errors showed up, they usually did for every user, not just a specific one. I'm at a loss and pass what was already suggested, nothing else comes to mind.
Would Mozilla Firefox act better on your specific setup I don't know, but have you tried it?
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