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The CUPS web interface would allow you to direct the print job to another printer. However it's possible to capture a PDF file from the CUPS queue: /private/var/spool/cups total 472 drwx--x--- 24 root _lp 816 Mar 1 14:30 ./ -rw------- 1 root _lp 4403 Mar 1 14:30 c00025 drwxrwxr-x 13 root _lp 442 Mar 1 14:30 cache/ ...


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You don’t even need an extension; Safari has a built in setting in the advanced settings to use a custom CSS for all webpages: You need to create your own CSS file, but that’s a completely different beast. Something that will work nice on some pages might not on others, but I’d create a file named whatever.css and have it contain something like this: * { ...


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Safari > Prefs > Privacy > Website use of Location services:


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You can still see individual cookies using Safari in developer mode. Go to "Safari-->Preferences-->Advanced" and enable "Show Develop menu in menu bar". Navigate to the webpage that holds the cookie you are looking to remove. Go to Develop in the menu bar and "Show web inspector". On the left hand side there will be a folder "Cookies" that holds the data ...


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Open Safari. From the “History” menu, choose “Show History”. In the Search field in the bottom right corner, enter the web site you want to remove. In the list of search results, click on the web site you want to remove. Press the Delete key on your keyboard.


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Here's an extension that will let you do it in Google Chrome: https://github.com/nqzero/knogs At the bottom of that page is a link to do the same thing in Safari (I can't link to it directly from here because I don't have the reputation for it). I haven't tried either version though. Personally, I use Mafuyu ...


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I have a similar problem. Last month, on one particular day, 80GB was downloaded (and another day, almost 40GB). This was definitely not something I was downloading - I don't even have 40GB of spare disk on any computer at home! After resetting router passwords (in case someone was hacking my wifi), and monitoring all my home computers, I also narrowed it ...


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In Activity Monitor, you can mouse over the safari tasks and it will pop-up which URLs are on that task.


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So, as noted in the update, Safari does actually warn you -- once. If you decide to proceed anyway, then for the remainder of that browser session, you need to remember that you're talking to a potentially compromised server, because you will see no evidence of that except by examining the certificate (by clicking on the https/padlock icon). However, ...


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If you click on Network Requests (in recording mode) you will see list of all request in the table. If you select a row it is highlighted in the resource section. Clicking on it will show its body.


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The only way you can really emulate this is if you create a Safari Extension for each website which you can put whatever picture you want for the buttons background. Don't think that's something really fluid in terms of work flow and realistic fixes, but trying to alter hard coded UI elements isn't easy to do for every day users. Note: Creating an ...


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You can just select View -> Hide Toolbar in Safari... no extension required


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I have the exact same issue, MBPr 2012, the issue started as periodically, and now is very persistent, happens several times every day. The solution is as stated to shut down the computer on the power button - the Microsoft Way! I can tell that you'll see it more when you work with Safari, and uses HTTPS pages, or just has 5-6 pages opened at a time. ...


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The Safari cache lasts for as long as the max-age header (see section 14.9) is set (by the server which is serving the file) for the specific file that is being cached, unless it is cleared manually. However, max-age=0 caches the file until the file is modified (or the server tells the client the file is modified).


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This is a little indirect however based on your example, right-click in the frame and select Open Frame in New Tab, then select the new Tab and copy the URL from the Address bar.


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If you develop a website you can add a file called an OpenSearch specification that identifies the site as having searchable content. You can see the apple.stackexchange.com OpenSearch specification here. The important bit is the following line that tells browsers the format for submitting search queries to the site. <Url type="text/html" method="get" ...



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