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ilok.com website giberish on mac / safari?
Old 31st December 2010
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ilok.com website giberish on mac / safari?

Hello,

I attempted to log into my ilok account only to find that ilok.com is showing up as complete gibberish. Is this happening to anyone else? I'm on a mac running safari 5.
Old 31st December 2010
  #2
Works for me on Mac/Safari 4.0.4
Old 31st December 2010
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All fine here.

OS X 10.6.5
Safari 5.0.3
Old 31st December 2010
  #4
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Weird. This is what i see (see attachment)
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Old 31st December 2010
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works fine here - Safari 5.0.3, MAC OS X 10.6.5
Old 31st December 2010
  #6
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what's the problem?

you have your ont section with So and Don right there

and then the Siitacct dialog where you log in with your e( and your ad

if you can't access your oPotonnntntooppototn, go to the ppl tab and Sotn your rrm
Old 31st December 2010
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what's the problem?

you have your ont section with So and Don right there

and then the Siitacct dialog where you log in with your e( and your ad

if you can't access your oPotonnntntooppototn, go to the ppl tab and Sotn your rrm
I think OP got the page they intended for joeq. heh

(Looks fine in Win FF and Chrome, the latter using the same basic WebKit rendering engine as Safari; the picture made it look like some kind of style sheeting issue -- see how the letters stack on top of each other? Every now and then I have a page load from a commercial site without its accompanying CSS file -- but that tends to render more as text interspersed with graphics, similar to 'mobile phone view' in many sites. This is a rather odd anomaly... as anomalies go. )
Old 31st December 2010
  #8
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Another possibility:
If you load / unload fonts often, your font cache may need cleaning.
Also, if you've over-ridden any of your system fonts, the display anomaly might happen.
I just logged into iLok.com today without issues using Safari 5 in OSX 10.6.4, FWIW.
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