Each time it happens, I swear to myself, If I hear the word 'busy' just once more, my flat little friend is turning into a Frisbee and entering the harbour beside my house at high velocity. It's a problem that I've encountered for years and, as with many things that we have to face, after a while, you give up hope that it will ever be fixed and simply learn to live with it...
I've encountered it so many times but, eventually, after the time it takes to swear revenge on Apple, it tends to work. Now, I'm not sure if it is my internet connection (Though every connection I've used I get the same result) but, case in point:
Damn, that took me ages to grab... And times on Amazon of all places. I don't know about these things but I think it might be problems with java. But, thing is, I shouldn't have to turn off java to have a comfortable browsing experience.
As well as this, there is erratic behaviour when tabbing through the page, jumping lines, reading with a voiceover focus and not actually being able to read the spelling of the words highlighted... It just feels like a mess to me. Okay, maybe I'm not doing it quite right but, god damn, it's apple, it's meant to be user friendly. I shouldn't have to tinker or slip on my nerd cape to sort these things... 'out of the box accessibility' is what we expect.
Sorry to rant, but as I'm sure you understand, it is frustrating when some websites simply don't work.
What are your views? Do you find safari accessibility a headache, or do you get on fine? Do you have any tips for faster browsing and assimilation of information? Please, let me know.