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You could change permissions for Safari. Open the information window on Safari (from the Finder window, with the Safari application selected, push command+I or right-click), add the desired user, and set permissions to no access.


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I had the exact same problem! I got the following solution, courtesy of a call to Apple. Go to Settings > Safari Select "Clear History and Website Data" (note: this will wipe your history on your phone and any devices that sync their Safari data with your phone's over iCloud. Change the Block Cookies setting to Always Block. Close Safari from the app ...


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It really depends on which browser you are using... I would recommend not using Safari on 10.6.8, since it is unsupported by Apple at this point, and the older versions of Safari have known compatibility / security issues. The best way to "upgrade" would just be to install a third party browser (Chrome or FireFox, which I linked to below) and those issues ...


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See this bug on chromium. Essentially it boils down to security settings that are not available unless the Mac app (Chrome, in this case) is released through the Mac App Store. Note that due to the way Handoff is implemented in Chrome/Mac, the current tab from Chrome/Mac can be opened in Safari/iOS. When you are in Handoff range and have an open tab in ...


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If you are downloading large files like this on a connection that isn't reliable you're best bet is probably to use a command line tool like curl. Open a Terminal window, change directory to wherever you want to download the file (for example cd ~/Desktop to save to your desktop). And then type the command curl -OC - ...


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The same gesture, over any selected word [in most apps] will pop up a dictionary definition, with additional Spotlight options since Yosemite. Keyboard equivalent is Ctrl ⌃ Cmd ⌘ D


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If I understand you correctly, try OptionTab then down-arrow to the result you want and press return. There will be a tiny arrow to left of the selected link.


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1) Log in to accounts.google.com 2) Login 3) in the Google Dashboard, stop and clear that user OR 3a) revoke ALL safari sessions and or Safari enabled Devices presented. 4) reboot iDevice and freshly sign in to Gkeep


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No, Apple Touch Icons are uploaded alongside the HTML files on the website, usually in the root folder. Safari just pulls them from here if they exist. It is up to the site owner to add them.


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Scroll up within the Reading List to reveal the search function.


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Just open the terminal and type: cd /Applications sudo rm -R -f Safari.app It will ask for your password and proceed to delete Safari from the system. You may want to backup the app before.



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