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Try to check the font type set on your safari browser. Go to browser Options and if you want to change the fon't used in your browser then you can change it within your Browser Options.

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Ur fonts is missing. load that font which is missing

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SOURCE: safari table width problem

Safari fully passed Acid3 test (http://webkit.org/blog/280/full-pass-of-acid-3/) so, how Safari showed width of your table is how you designed table width...

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By the way you are stating your issue, I am not sure if you are referring to Safari loading to an incorrect URL and that it is not launching. So to make sure I cover all bases I will provide advice for both.

If Safari is loading to a URL when you first launch it, assuming you are referring to the URL of the Home page you need to see, all you have to do there is launch Safari, click on the Safari name in the menu, select Preferences.
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* Once you have done that, close all windows and other applications, click on the Apple menu icon and select from the drop down menu Logout<username>.
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* simply log back in to the same user account.

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font.f1 {font: 13.0px Myriad Pro} -RUN DISK UTILITY FIRST-

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• Now relaunch Safari and let's see if it launches ok for you.

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You need to clean your Font Caches whenever and wherever you get garbled text ... I use a free utility called MainMenu which does this (a restart is required afterward) and many other maintenance tasks. 
Have you changed your Text Encoding settings, by chance, in either the View menu or Safari preferences? 


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