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This can be done in the Elements tab by disabling this little brush icon:


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I have two alternatives: Press Cmd+L (go the Location/Search field), then Cmd+Return. Click the back button (<), then press Cmd while clicking the forward button (>). Both of these will open a tab in the background. (Often, Cmd + click opens the click target's reference in a new tab.) If you also press Shift while performing the second step of ...


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If you watch the menu Archive, you can see Cmd+w changes depending on the number of open tabs. If there are multiple, it's "Close Tab", if there is one (not counting the pinned), it's "Close Window". There is a workaround! You can overwrite Cmd+w to always execute "Close Tab". Go to System Preferences -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts -> App Shortcuts Add a ...


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I had exactly the same (but on Yosemite), and found this (https://discussions.apple.com/message/29693684#29693684) resolved it. Uncheck Use Safari Suggestions in the Search tab in Safari Preferences. Certainly not a solution to the problem, but gets around it until more concrete information comes out..


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Use an AdBlock Filter Filter the cookie requests using your preferred advert blocker for Safari and the block-the-eu-cookie-s***-list: Adblock / Adblock plus filter list for blocking cookie notifications Add https://raw.github.com/r4vi/block-the-eu-cookie-shit-list/master/filterlist.txt to your filter subscriptions if you want to block "EU cookie ...


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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


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I'VE FOUND THE PROBLEM!!!! WHOOORAHHHHH! ADOBE it's you! Flickering curser / curser not showing / jiggering around all over etc in all adobe products and your browser with ADOBE flash plugins! A team of 22 people in my office all had similar issues and we resolved it simply by closing our currently open photoshop documents. Why this fixed it we have no ...


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In Safari 9.0 (El Capitano) you can right-click on the URL while holding down the option key and you then have the option to open the URL in a new private window. This option is provided from regular or private windows, unlike what appears to be the case in previous versions of Safari.


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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.


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In more recent Safari versions where the button has gone away, just right-click or Control-click an item in the list. The context menu will show a Clear all… choice there.


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No, once you delete history, it is removed from the database. That database is backed up, so you can use your backup method (Time Machine backup, etc) to restore the following files: ~/Library/Safari/History*


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I don't know of any Safari extension doing this but you may use Automator to create a folder action attached to your preferred download folder sorting files according to their extension or kind to various folders. That's even independent from the browser you usually use. The article here outlines the workflow which sorts *.dmg and pictures: Create the ...


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More than likely, you've used the Inspection Tool and have an element highlighted. The $0–$4 variables contain the current and previous selected nodes from the Elements Tree Hierarchy. source: https://webkit.org/blog/829/web-inspector-updates/ Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari - If you have an element currently selected in your "Elements" tab, you can ...


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OS X builds cache files from the fonts installed on your system. Now and again these cache files can get corrupted. Try running the following command in a Terminal window (you will be prompted for your password) and rebooting. This will remove these cache files; forcing OS X to re-generate them from scratch. sudo atsutil databases -remove From the ...


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You can easily disable this by installing BetterTouchTool, and then for Safari adding a new Touchpad gesture for Pinch Out with no action. Here's a screenshot:


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Launch "Console" and have it running side by side with Safari. See if entries about "IMKServer" appear when the delay happens: If you see similar entries try following below: https://gist.github.com/WojtekKruszewski/3d5ff7f908a180b87498 Steps from the article: Reboot into system restore mode (+R immediately after boot) Navigate to Utilities > ...


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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.


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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, ...


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I use RCDefaultApp to change things such as this when there is not a direct preference that can be set in a given app.


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So let's go through the options here: defaults write com.apple.Safari ShowStatusBar -boolean true No effect. Minimal status bar extension It auto hides. Ultimate status bar extension Yup, auto hides too. Statusbar-lite Guess what? :/ While searching around though, I found a great deal of people asking how they force the bar to autohide. It's ...


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Copied from: Safari 9 - I cannot install extensions To install a .safariextz file, go to: System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Keyboard (for OS X 10.11.4+) or System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Full Keyboard Access (for OS X 10.11.1 to 10.11.3) Then at the bottom of that dialog box, change the Full Keyboard Access:... option ...


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If the site has previously indicated to Safari that it wishes to always be accessed over HTTPS through HSTS (HTTP Strict Transport Security), then Safari will always try to redirect to HTTPS. You can clear the HSTS cache by deleting ~/Library/Cookies/HSTS.plist. Note that Safari does also cache 301 redirects for a while and thus clearing the normal Safari ...


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After reading https://bencollier.net/2016/03/unable-to-open-links-in-safari-mail-or-messages-on-ios-9-3/ , it seems that Booking.com's iOS app overloaded the database used by com.apple.swdc... A normal restore will not work as the corrupted database is also part of the backup. Currently, I am trying to use Decipher Phone Refresh to build a custom restore ...


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Fabio's answer seems not to works as expected, not sure if I have a different version of BTT, or osx. Anyway, I found another option: simply bind Quit Safari with another keybinding. Go to system preferences -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts -> App Shortcuts -> Add new one ('+' sign) -> Choose Safari from the Application menu -> Enter in the Menu Title the exact ...


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My current rep is under 50 because I used a bounty and thus lost comment priveleges (thanks for warning me, Stack;) so I would've preferred this as a comment, but… My own experience (on 10.9) is that the service uses the default search engine selected for the default browser, so right now my own "Search with…" says "Search DuckDuckGo for…" and will open in ...


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Safari 9.0, released today for 10.9 Mavericks and 10.10 Yosemite, along side with the 10.11 El Capitan release, has introduced this natively. There are two options. If checked, ⌘-1 through ⌘-9 will switch to tab 1 through 9, respectfully. This will change the original behavior of mapping to the favorites bar bookmark 1 through 9. Those will be changed ...


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So after downloading Vuze a while back, I wound up with api.mybrowserbar redirects and a bunch of stuff pointing at some thing called Spigot, deterministically finger banging my bandwidth and internet experience in general. Sorry, this assumes some knowledge of the command line and file structures and whatnot. The solution, grep is your friend. navigate ...


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On the keyboard, press ⌘, (command-comma) or go to Safari → Preferences... Choose the General tab and set a home page in the Homepage field.


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I don't believe there is a list of tabs available, however, there is a tab overview in Safari if you click View > Show All Tabs The keyboard shortcut is Shift+Command+\ Which will show you all of your tabs, grouped by which website they are. Or if you have pinch-to-zoom support, you can zoom out and it will automatically jump into this view.


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This script will do what you asked. It grabs the URL and the Name of the current Safari tab and creates a weblink file on the desktop. It uses the page's name to name the file. If you want help parsing a better option for the file name, just ask. try -- will just silently quit if front window is not valid tell application "Safari" set theURL to URL of ...



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