safari and st luke's website

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  1. antz

    antz Active Member

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    safari crashes everytime i open st luke's website. (www.stluke.com.ph)

    here's the error:

    Date/Time: 2006-06-26 08:05:53.733 +0800
    OS Version: 10.4.6 (Build 8I128)
    Report Version: 4

    Command: Safari
    Path: /Applications/Safari.app/Contents/MacOS/Safari
    Parent: WindowServer [62]

    Version: 2.0.3 (417.9.3)
    Build Version: 2
    Project Name: WebBrowser
    Source Version: 4170903

    PID: 2671
    Thread: 0

    Exception: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (0x0001)
    Codes: KERN_PROTECTION_FAILURE (0x0002) at 0x00000018
     
  2. tweek

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    this is frightful. imagine if you will you're dying and the only web browser on your computer is safari and you needed to contact st luke and that happens.
     
  3. elbert

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    Now I know why GMA was using a Windows laptop when she was checked in.

    @antz88z: it happens to me too. It works with FireFox though. Someone should point this out to their web admin.

    @tweek: what's frightful is the though of someone dying and going to the St. Lukes website rather than the hospital itself.
     
  4. JohannChua

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    In an emergency you'd at least call for an ambulance.
     
  5. tweek

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    waht if you're alone, no cell or landline and a wireless connection is all you have. to top it off you're dying. what to do?
     
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    in that case, the person is screwed, big time. :)
     
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    How many people would have wireless Internet access but no cell phone? Contacting a website doesn't strike me as the best way to get emergency service.

    Anyway, it's good to have more than one web browser. Opera is good and fast, but I've gotten used to Firefox's keyboard shortcuts and extensions, and some pages don't render properly on all browsers due to IE-specific code.
     
  8. tweek

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    cell's battery is dead and no charger. :D
     
  9. antz

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    was just checking for their telno since a friend is confined.

    i know there's clickthecity, pldt 187.. but first thing that came to mind was to check st lukes website directly.

    honestly, i only use safari.. so i ended up calling my friend in her celphone, unfortunately, its out of the coverage area.
     
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    eeek. dang the need for a second browser always lurks there hehe
     
  11. muddybanks

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    If you aren't a geek, you could always go next door?!

    :p
     
  12. muddybanks

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    Yes I can see it now - you're bleeding to death on the kitchen floor, the bloody boot prints of your assailant trailing off towards the living room make it sure that the CSI guys will get him eventually, but in the meantime, there's this little matter of medical attention.

    So you drag out your spanking new macbook pro from your cool "Digital Walker" knapsack (P3800) and connect via airport to St. Lukes website via Safari.

    Crash!

    What to do. Go to www.mozilla.org to download and install Firefox (no need to reboot) OR launch Internet Explorer? While you are pondering this your assailant walks back into the room with Walther PPK (safety off) and points it at you.

    Good thing it's a new Macbook pro because he says "Intel Core Duo?".

    "Yep" you reply.

    "Watcha downloading?"

    "Nothing yet." you say, each breath becoming more difficult as blood fills your lungs...
     

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