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Try right clicking on the toolbar, selecting Customise Toolbar and dragging it away, it should disappear in a poof of smoke. Also are you sure you've actually quite and restarted Safari, often rebooting relaunches where you last left off... You have to actually quit the application from the Menu bar...


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If you request a single asset, such as an image on the site, over HTTPS then Safari will show you the padlock. For example, choose an image on the page you are looking at, Ctrl-click/Right-click the image, choose to view that image in a new Tab. In the new tab the content you are viewing isn't mixed because it is a single element and Safari will show you ...


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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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This worked for me in running Fidelity ATP with Firefox, not Safari: Find the Microsoft Silverlight alias in Applications, double click to open Microsoft Silverlight Preferences. In the Application Storage tab, Delete All (lower right) Enable Application Storage should be checked. Quit Silverlight, restart Firefox.


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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 ...


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I suspect there is something wrong with one of your cookie files. Try deleting ~/Library/Cookies/Cookies.binarycookies and ~/Library/Cookies/com.apple.Safari.SafeBrowsing.binarycookies before starting Safari and then try again.


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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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Not sure if you got an answer to this question, but I had exactly the same issue myself. Didn't have Open Sans open in Suitcase and it wasn't in my System Folder BUT I did find Open Sans Extrabold installed in my Creative Cloud assets using Typekit. I removed it, restarted machine and problem solved. Hope that helps if you hadn't gotten to the bottom of it!


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Me too... I don't understand why Apple don't adopt favicons and a minimum (or customized) tab width in Safari. I would have migrated from Chrome 4 or 5 years ago. :/


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I had the same problem also but found that under Safari → Preferences → Advanced → Internet plug-ins I had checked stop internet plug-ins to save power. Apparently applies even if you are off battery power.


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Reviewing and changing the certificate trust settings appropriately in Safari worked well for me. I had this "can't establish a secure connection" problem with HTTPS connections from Safari when I updated the self-signed certificate on a NAS. The NAS forces HTTPS connections by choice. I'd already connected via LAN to the NAS and encountered the ...


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In Finder, from the Go menu in the menubar (the right click menu of Finder in the Dock) select Go to Folder... (⇧⌘G). Paste in /private/var/spool/ and hit Go. The print jobs are the files beginning with "d". Copy them and rename them to end in .pdf.


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This is likely an issue with your user account settings since all the Macs I have allow you to uncheck those marks. First, try going to the Passwords tab and turning off all check marks there before returning to the AutoFill tab. Before wiping your user settings and preferences, can you verify that making a new user on the mac and logging in to that ...


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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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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 ...


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It plays out of cache when it is started. Whatever page you're on will attempt to download the entire audio and video in order to give the user a higher quality playback. There's an issue in the latest Facebook on iPhone where the audio keeps playing even after leaving the post. Depending on how much cache memory was used the audio will just keep on playing. ...


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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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This just reared its ugly head again, this time with Yosemite. It also affected all of the browsers I commonly use (Firefox, Chrome, Chrome Canary). I tried to follow the advice here, which involved getting information about the root certificate used by the offending website via the web browser: How to fix: Safari can’t open the page because Safari ...


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This indeed looks to be a bug. You can watch all file access on your system with the opensnoop command. This requires root access - run it, then try hitting the download button - you'll see no access from Safari. Time to hit Feedback Assistant and tell them what's going on! The earlier comment is a good workaround - once the image is displayed, just hit ...


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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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It seems that I've fixed it. I made this steps: Restore /System/Library/Frameworks/WebKit.framework/ from a Time Machine backup. This fixed all the crashes but now is quite impossible to close Safari tabs or the program itself. Reinstall OS X 10.10.5 update. It is available for download here or here as combo update. This fixed everything. As mentioned ...


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I'd simply ignore it. Energy Impact is just an arbitrary number showing how much energy an app is consuming (each instant and on average). Activity Monitor is simply telling you that the app which uses the most energy is Safari. To make sure that Safari is not eating up on CPU, you can check the CPU usage over time, for example using a tool like 'uptime' ...


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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.


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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 ...


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I, too, have looked for this ability in Safari, but it just doesn't exist. I've submitted an enhancement request at Apple's Safari Feedback page every time a new version has come out.


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Okay so I found a fix that seems to work. You go to a new tab in Safari and paste this: https://m.youtube.com Then it will take you to the app. Close the app, go back to Safari and enter the link again. A pop up will come up asking if you want to open it in the app. Click cancel and then enter the link a third time. YouTube should load and work like normal ...


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I had the same problem. I rememembred that I had Click to flash extension in Safari. I deactivated it and it worked.


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I've seen this ever since Safari 8 on OS X 10.9.5, OS X 10.10.x all versions with Safari 8 and sadly in Safari 9 on all El Capitan betas to date, too. The Safari memory leak in my case is severe and Safari has to be completely quit & restarted often. It only seems to happen if you tend to have a few windows open a lot, which you "reuse"; but overall, ...


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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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Just noting that whenever you use tools like PING and NSLOOKUP you should enter the hostname with a final period like this: ping developer.worldweatheronline.com. Otherwise, your DNS client will think that it needs to suffix that with the default domain name for you. The ending period means "this is all, don't add a suffix". I'm running the following on ...


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According to this macworld article I don't believe that there is a fix yet (if you really want this fixed, you could try searching for terminal commands to fix or disable this feature). Otherwise you could try switching browsers...


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:for I pad: Double tap the URL and select the URL and tap again and tap copy then double tap where you want to payst it and tap past :For computer: click and hold and drag your mouse accross where you want to copy click with mouse2 (the right one) and click past


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This looks more like a SSL negotiation error; I suspect this is a settings issue, not so much a certificate issue; an incorrectly configured proxy (possibly on the shared connection or even on the phone) a mismatched SSL/TLS setting (e.g. SSL version) the server failing the negotiation give a possible NAT or IP range issue with the phone (shared link ...


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As of Safari 9.0 (which is released together with El Capitan) you can now pin tabs. The icon for the pinned tabs has to be set by the developer for the website as an svg and is not the regular favicon; by default it's the first letter of the site. You enable the pinned tab by right clicking on it and choosing "pin tab" source


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You can edit css by double clicking on the "{" symbol present in the right side css section. Also you can edit the html by removing the firebug plugin and then doing inspect element mode.


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Hard to answer whether it's the age of your Mac causing this problem or not. Did you try to reinstall OS X from scratch? Yeah, I know it may sound crazy but if you've been performing just updates of your OS X through years without formating your disk, then maybe that is a problem. In terms of checking version. Open terminal and type: cat ...


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Go to Safari's settings and from there you can allow certain sites to leave cookies. There are several other settings worth investigating here too. To get to settings, from the Menu click Safari > Preferences... and go to the Privacy tab.



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