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I just signed up for a trial at Mvelopes (personal finance site), but via OW I get the SBBOD when trying to navigate to certain pages. I deleted the plist file and tried again, but I still get the SBBOD when attempting to navigate to certain pages.

The site uses Flash to power its functionality, however, I have other Flash stuff working properly. Additionally, I'm able to use the Flash Mvelopes web application periodically, but they nav to a simple PHP page and get the SBBOD. Any thoughts, or ways to debug/fix would be appreciated. I'm currently running the beta 5.5.2 beta 4 (v607.10)

Use Activity Monitor to take a sample of the OmniWeb process when the app is frozen and send it to OmniGroup Feedback (via the Help>Send Feedback menu option... obviously you'll need to force quit and re-open OmniWeb to be able to do that - hold the shift key to open in a new workspace to prevent the freeze from re-occurring again). Include the URL of the site causing the problems and a description of what you did prior to the freeze.
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