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Safari Glitch
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Submitted By TheCyberMan on 12/04/05
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Check out this cool glitch that happened in Safari! I was commenting on a thread when I found the page was glitchy. I pressed "Select All" to normalize the page--until I moved something again, of course. So, I made this video to demonstrate the glitch. No scripting was used.
 
 
 
Eric

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Re: Safari Glitch
1 week - 32,767v
Posted 2012/04/05 - 23:16 GMT
Command A is "Select All."
 
Pretty much everything that can be selected, is selected.
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Re: Safari Glitch
1 week - 32,767v
Posted 2012/04/05 - 23:19 GMT
Wow, I can't believe you just said that, lol!
 
I reworded "Command + A" to "Select All," seeing that you thought I didn't know what "Select All" was. :P
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my username is cheezburger
6 days - 21,100v
Posted 2012/04/06 - 1:29 GMT
hahahhhahAHAHALOL!!
 
i feel that if you keep on doing that, some sort of hidden message will appear and tell you some sort of secret about how to find the lost city of atlantis. or somthing like that. :P ahehehehheeeheee
1 week - 32,767v
Posted 2012/04/06 - 3:08 GMT
Last I checked, Atlantis is in San Francisco Bay.
 
What does selecting everything do to fix a page?
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Re: No, really?
1 week - 32,767v
Posted 2012/04/06 - 4:06 GMT
It just did for some reason. (That's how I was able to duplicate the glitch.) Once I moved my mouse or scrolled, the page glitched again.
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Re: No, really?
5 weeks - 32,767v
Posted 2012/04/06 - 6:10 GMT
Dirty pixels, safari doesn't know to clear them. How the pixels get created is somewhat of a mystery, but I suspect its a rendering optimization gone wrong. Selecting all forces the browser to change the color of everything, and thus causes all the dirty pixels to update
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Re: No, really?
5 days - 10,809v
Posted 2012/04/06 - 7:16 GMT
Weird, but cool!
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Re: Safari Glitch
5 days - 22,986v
Posted 2012/04/06 - 14:52 GMT
You didn't know Command A selects all but you wrote lots of code+worlds+ scripts, ehh?
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Re: Safari Glitch
1 week - 32,767v
Posted 2012/04/06 - 18:51 GMT
I know what Command + A does. If you read my text above, you'd see that I understood it selects everything selectable.
 
However, I don't know why it'd clear up the "dirty" pixels on a screen. Selecting ≠ cleaning, but it does clean it for some reason.
 
Let me repeat myself a third time for you: Selecting All fixed up this glitch temporarily. Of course I know what it does because I used it; I don't know why it fixed up the glitch temporarily.
 
I'll repeat myself yet again, but in upside down English if it helps you understand:
 
.ʎ1ıɹɐɹodɯǝʇ ɥɔʇı1b ǝɥʇ dn pǝxıɟ ʇı ʎɥʍ ʍouʞ ʇ,uop ı ;ʇı pǝsn ı ǝsnɐɔǝq sǝop ʇı ʇɐɥʍ ʍouʞ ı ǝsɹnoɔ ɟo .ʎ1ıɹɐɹodɯǝʇ ɥɔʇı1b sıɥʇ dn pǝxıɟ 11ɐ buıʇɔǝ1ǝs
 
Do you get it now? ;P
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Re: Safari Glitch
5 days - 22,986v
Posted 2012/04/07 - 2:10 GMT
The first two times I didn't.
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Re: Safari Glitch
1 week - 32,767v
Posted 2012/04/07 - 2:22 GMT
Lol, I'm just messing with ya ;)


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