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Try Safari/Preferences/Search and uncheck Include Safari Suggestions.


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Stand alone extension (without ad blocking features): https://smartersoft.github.io/CookiebarGone/


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To delete all your cookies/stored website data in Safari: Open Safari On the menubar at the top of your screen, hit "Safari", then click "Preferences" Go to the Privacy tab of the preferences menu Click "Remove all website data". This should remove all the cookies that websites have stored on your Mac.


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URL is a property of a document or a property of a tab in a window, so use this: if URL of document 1 is "www.google.com" then or this: if URL of current tab of window 1 is "www.google.com" then Update, example of how to use the exists command: tell application "Safari" set b to exists URL of document 1 -- this put false or true into the ...


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Under Safari -> Preferences -> Search -> Uncheck “Include Safari Suggestions”


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There was no updates installed for Safari or for OS X, but now tabs opens with focused address bar. I have cleared Safari's history and cookies, but it does not help at that time. I think it just elusive bug, because now I can't repeat it. I have only one decision - wait when OS X remove this bug itself.


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There is no way to enable this. Safari extensions are restricted to accessing the extensions folder and nowhere else. If you need to access local resources, use safari.extension.baseURI + “relative path and filename”. You cannot access resources on the user’s hard drive outside of the extensions folder. Source: Injecting Scripts - Safari Extensions ...


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I had a similar problem and found that the date on my computer was wrong and thereby all security website certificates were expired. I simply adjusted the date backwards and worked flawlessly. Kept saying cannot establish a secure connection (because the security tag was outdated on the website...) This also will effect all apps that use time/date such as ...


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Word wrap works a little differently, but actually more accurate, in the latest versions of Safari, depending on the mode you're displaying. For instance, in the "Elements" tab, it will wrap as desired: But, like in your screenshot, the "Resources" tab for instance, it will display as the rendering engine intended, unwrapped:


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Choose Develop → Show Web Inspector (⌥⌘I) and select Disable paint flashing.


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The screenshot you have from the documentation is simply taken from an older version of Safari. And yes, the coloring is just for illustrative purposes in the documentation. On your own screenshot, you can click the "+" button to the next of the Elements tab to gain access to the extra stuff you see in the documentation - for example Debugger, Timelines, ...


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I know this was asked over a month ago now, however I'll answer incase you haven't found the answer and for future users. It is to do with safaris cookie policy that is set by default. As by default safari will only allow cookies from sites that you have visited. It does not use, therefore, any cookies set by the webpage that is within an iframe. This is ...


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$0 - $4 The $0, $1, $2, $3 and $4 commands work as a historical reference to the last five DOM elements inspected within the Elements panel or the last five JavaScript heap objects selected in the Profiles panel. $0 returns the most recently selected element or JavaScript object, $1 returns the second most recently selected one, and so on.


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Try to disable mirroring in System Preferences > Displays and move application which play video to the screen you want.


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Safari Responsive Design Mode This is more of a work around than a solution. Safari's Responsive Design Mode new to El Capitan and allows you to set the width of a website while in full screen mode. It is enabled through Safari's developer mode.


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Without Xcode, there's not really any way to get an iOS simulator that I know of. Alternatively, you could download Xcode and just pull the iOS simulator out of it from the path Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Applications/Simulator.app. edit: to run Safari in Debug mode on your virtual iPhone, there are a set of instructions on tutsplus. In essence: open ...


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I think the explanation is that Safari often uses the cached version of the page when you use the back button. If you want to force a refresh, you hit refresh. If you are on a forum and want to go back to the thread listing, you can usually click on a "breadcrumb" link near the page header. That will have the same effect as using the back button and hitting ...


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Sometimes, website will run a lot of javascript for ads, trackers, etc. Each time one of these run, it can do a load of a section of the web page. When you hit the back button, you're seeing the page as it was before that piece of script ran. Most of the time, the page will look exactly the same because only a small part of the page was changed (and ...


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There does not appear to be a built-in keyboard shortcut to change the position of a given tab amongst other tabs in Safari. At least none listed in the Apple Support Documents listed below. Safari 6/7 (Mavericks): Safari shortcuts Safari 8 (Yosemite): Safari keyboard and other shortcuts Safari 9 (El Capitan): Safari keyboard and other shortcuts One ...


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I've been having a similar problem. I will have text selected in some other application, and I will use a keyboard shortcut, and suddenly my Mac has opened Safari, gone to Yahoo, and searched for the text I had selected. This was very annoying and surprising, because Safari is not my default browser. And I don't have Dashline or any other Safari extensions ...


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While you can't install previous versions of Safari, you can emulate previous versions. From the Develop menu, select User Agent, and then Other.... From there, you can enter in a custom User Agent. For example, from the link in Tetsujin's above answer, you can replace the Safari agent thus: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_10_4) ...


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According to Wikipedia : Safari Version History Current Safari 9 runs on Mavericks, Yosemite & El Capitan. Anything earlier, e.g. Mountain Lion can only run Safari 6 or older. I therefore, wouldn't even dream of testing back to Safari 8, as no-one should be on it. Anyone who is needs to update.


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Try the following: tell application "Safari" activate delay 0.5 end tell tell application "System Events" open location "http://localhost:38" delay 0.5 keystroke "w" using command down keystroke "n" using {shift down, command down} end tell Now here is the code I'd choose to use as it checks to see if Safari is already open and ...


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I find the website Cross Browser Testing really useful. It give a matrix of operating systems and browsers and you can see which ones are supported. For example you can click on 10.7 under the Mac OS X heading and then choose Safari in the browsers section and see that Safari 6 is the only version supported. However, if you select just 10.7 you can see ...


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You have to accept that 10.7 is an extremely outdated operating system, and very few browsers will support it. El Capitan had some bugs when it launched, but those have mostly been ironed out. Having said that, according to the Firefox page they still support 10.7.5 (and 10.6 even).


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The Opera web browser is still up-to-date. It's what I'm using as my MacBook can't run anything newer than OS 10.7.5.


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Use the key code 19 command, because the keystroke "2" command simulate the key code 84 (numeric keypad) instead of key code 19. tell application "System Events" to key code 19 using command down To know the key code of some key, download this application --> https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/key-codes/id414568915?mt=12 But, you do not need GUI Scripting ...


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It's System Events that handles the keystrokes. In normal AppleScript the code would look like: tell application "Safari" activate delay 0.5 tell application "System Events" key code 19 using command down end tell end tell As an osascript command line, it would be: osascript -e 'tell application "Safari" to activate' -e 'delay ...


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The problem seems to have resolved itself.


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This works with Safari 5.1.10 on Mac OS 10.6.8 To get Safari to open with duckduckgo (or any other) as search engine with no add ons or hacking type >https://duckduckgo.com/< (without the ><) into the Safari Preferences "Homepage" then set "New windows open with" to "Homepage" and "New tabs open with" "Homepage". This keeps the 3 default search ...


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Apparently, Telegram Desktop generates these files during "failed" searches when using the @gif command. The ones that Telegram generates are easily identified by being named with a series of 18 digits (e.g 532576936841446647.download), usually similar to one another, and always at zero-bytes length. You can replicate the issue by trying some @gif searches ...


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Ok, looks like it's a browser issue with a upload field. When it has attribute accept="image/gif,image/jpeg,image/jpg,image/png,video/mp4,video/quicktime,video/x-m4v" - I can't select a folder.


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Use random number from __ to __ and ifs. For example: repeat if random number from 0 to 100 = 0 then #do thing end if delay 60 end repeat



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