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From Aptoide (emphasis mine): Aptoide is the largest independent Android app store and allows one to setup and manage your own Android Store. You cannot directly run Android software on an Apple product. Look for Minecraft on the iOS app store or download it directly from the official site for OS X.
If you open Safari in private browsing mode, all cookies you may have are not accessible. Feel free to log in to whatever site you want and the cookies only persist for that session as you are familiar with from Firefox. If you want to script a periodic purging of all cookies, that is trivial if you use Automator to record the action of launching safari, ...
In El Capitan, OSX 10.11, this has been included as a new feature of Safari Version 9.0 (11601.1.50). Go to Preferences > Tabs > Use ⌘-1 through ⌘-9 to switch tabs
On the keyboard, press ⌘, (command-comma) or go to Safari → Preferences... Choose the General tab and set a home page in the Homepage field.
Maybe SwitchUp is a solution for you. I'm using it for some time now and I like it. SwitchUp makes it easy to create separate profiles so you can use an application for both home and work with different accounts, settings and data. It's like a multi-user environment for every application. Not only for Safari but also for other apps :-) Although you can use ...
If the site is being accessed over HTTPS, then the lock icon is shown (in black). If the HTTPS certificate has been verified, the lock icon is shown in green. Both are secure, however the latter vouches for the authenticity of the site as well as the security of the connection. For example: https://www.icloud.com/ shows a green lock icon, having been ...
I was looking for something similar as I use the Chrome bookmark bar in that way, but I couldn't find anything suitable. So I made an extension and have submitted it to Apple, Favicon Bar: http://umfana.github.io/FaviconBar It's basic but does the job for me, for now.
I seem to have resolved this problem by unchecking the "Reopen windows when logging back in" box on the restart dialog. Once I did that I was able to log back in and then run Safari without it losing my site logins. Interestingly I was then able to re-enable that checkbox and restart again without issue, so it seems that something in the restore process ...
If you prefer the way that Chrome works, I would suggest using Chrome on OS X. In Incognito mode, it works the way you want.
The default setting for printing webpages is to try not printing extra images and colors to waste ink etc. Theres an option to print everything, see image below: Let us know if this worked for you.
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