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I found the real Solution for this issue on bookintohosting blogpost- http://bookingtohosting.blogspot.in/2015/06/safari-keeps-opening-loginskypecom-in.html that this pop up is coming because of App MailTab Pro for Outlook.com (App that I use in my menu bar for outlook mail) is having some kind of issue. It has an skype login icon on the top right hand ...


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Adblock runs against every frame in the page. This is probably not all of your problem, but it is significant, at least it was for me. Switch to ublock and you should see a difference. Read the advanced docs and graduate to the the firewall style usage of this tool, and you will be very pleased.


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Disable youtube app background refresh


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I had the same problem with my iPad Mini. I used an iPhone backup when initialising it. Just reset the iPad Mini and now both iPhone and iPad webpages show together on my MacBook. Each iOS device have the others webpages with MacBook.


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Just delete the whole safari folder in the library directory


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I think the problem is specific to your regular user account. That would narrow it down to any Safari plug-in or extension unique to the regular User Account. So i would suggest you to focus on extensions first. If you have one or more extensions installed follow these steps. Open Safari Preferences>Extensions and disable each extension by clicking on the ...


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There are a number of things you can try... Sometimes applications have memory leaks where the memory bloats over time, if you've been using Safari heavily, or using it for a long time without exiting and rebooting this could be an issue. Quitting Safari and reopening should fix this. Check for extensions, and plugins that Safari uses to see if there are ...


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Not sure it's exactly what you want, but Cmd ⌘ L will select & left align, same as if you'd clicked it - so you could do it as you're mousing towards it.


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It's answered on SO: i put autocapitalize="off" autocomplete="off" autocorrect="off" and it works. The asker said autocapitalize="off" was not needed.


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If you want to avoid the default behaviour, which is a reasonable setting for a computer that allows multiple accounts, including guest accounts, you can do the following in Keychain Access: Change the Keychain password For each really sensitive item you have in there: Select a relevant item in Keychain Access Get information on the item with the Get ...


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if you can use firefox instead of safari you can use: set firefox with iMacros set a cronjob with croonix that launch firefox


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Download the file, then double click on it and choose Open With. Under this menu, select any app capable of opening PDFs like Adobe Reader and the file will open.


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You may not be able to downgrade to Safari 7 after upgrading OSX, but you can still view a webpage with Web Inspector and I'm developer mode as if it were being viewed in Safari 7: More info here: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6656158?start=0&tstart=0


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I've had success with: http://samguichelaar.com/FixIcon.zip A small app that deletes icon caches, resets permissions and reboots.


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I have the same issue, but I found that the cause of it is the apple mail app. Once I quit apple mail the browsers start working again with no issue, then I relaunch apple mail and all is good for about an hour then it starts again. Not sure why apple mail is doing this.


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To go to the next tab ⎇ Control+Tab or ⇧ Shift+⌘ Command+] or ⇧ Shift+⌘ Command+→ Right To go to the previous tab ⎇ Control+⇧ Shift+Tab or ⇧ Shift+⌘ Command+[ or ⇧ Shift+⌘ Command+← Left


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Safari requires that a literal percent sign in a URL (%) be URL-encoded in a bookmarklet (%25...while it looks like that's just 25 added, the percent sign followed by two numbers is decoded to a literal percent sign). Also, the property is .style.width, not just .width. Change your bookmarklet to this: ...


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Deleting my history fixed it for me. Safari > Bookmarks icon > History tab > Clear Something in my history was poisoning the search results, and causing Safari to choke whenever you trying to type something into the search field. Since Safari tries to suggest pages that you’ve visited before, if a bad site shows up there, it can (presumably) cause things ...


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I've just had a similar issue with all open tabs jointly consuming 100% of the CPU, no matter how many or few I had open. Other processes were barely getting a look in, and Safari was still completely unusable. Closing & opening pages, relaunches and restarts didn't help. I ran AdwareMedic. It found and facilitated removal of some scummy malware that ...


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There are a few things you can try: Turn off iCloud sync for Safari Set "New tabs open with:" to "Empty Page" But for me, the culprit was "Retab" Safari extension.


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For testing environments I recommend using Parallels or VMware. You could do an install of Yosemite and then only install the updates needed. I usually create multiple virtual machines by creating a base VM, then copying it, doing a round of updates, then copy that one, then doing another round on the next copy, then repeat that process until I have all of ...


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I think I got your answer. I spent all day looking for this. I use a great free app called BetterTouchTool( using OS X 10.10 ) to add aditional gestures and shortcuts to all apple devices, and it work instantaneously! No delay! I will make screenshots with each step you need to configure. NOTE: It will bind the mouse position as a keyboard shortcut of your ...


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Check the DNS server in network preferences for the network adapter you are trying to connect. Usually DNS server ip should be the same as the router ip address.


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I've had success resolving Windows hostnames to IP addresses (from my iOS devices) by installing Apple Bonjour (using the "Apple Bonjour Print Services for Windows" download package) onto the machine I wish to connect to, and then suffixing the server name with .local. So: http://MyWindowsPC/ on my iOS devices becomes: http://MyWindowsPC.local/ These ...


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The ~/Library/Caches/Metadata/Safari/Bookmarks contains bookmarks that get updated by Safari every time you start it. If you look at the date, you will see it only contains the current date. Spotlight will only show bookmarks that have been updated by Safari in that folder. If for some reason a bookmark is not updated it will not show in Spotlight. The ...


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They're not being deleted, they're just read and you're hiding read items. Show unread items in reading list by clicking the Show Unread button above the list.


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I guess these links are generic ones, for example a generic link to a start page or a category or such. Clicking on a article headline usually takes you to a dedicated link address, wich may persistently point to that particular article.


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Probably not. You need to think of the nature of the iPad. It is RAM constrained (and battery constrained, but that probably doesn't affect this as much as RAM), so it often suspends apps so they can be "reconstituted". Depending on what you do in the week (a long time in app land) the pages would be suspended and removed from memory. Reopen the browser ...


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Like the others have said, Apple has ceased development for it. The latest Windows version is 5.1.7 and you can find it in several places including FileHippo (http://filehippo.com/download_safari/) It will give you warnings galore, that its not the latest most secure browser, but if you must run it for some reason - there it is.


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Right-click on the video and select Inspect Element. Click the disclosure triangle next to the video element to reveal the source element. Click the src attribute value to download the video.


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Instead of using your mouse you can use the keyboard to cycle through the tabs. The keys Ctrl+Tab will go forward through your ten tabs and Ctrl+Shift+Tab will go backward. At no time will these key commands close a tab by mistake. Should you want to close a tab however you can achieve this with Command+W. Once you've finished using your browser you can ...


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In Firefox, you could use the Pinned Tab feature. Pinned Tabs allow you to always keep your favorite web apps like Facebook, Gmail and Twitter open and just a click away. Pinned Tabs are small, can't be closed accidentally and open automatically when you start Firefox. To create a pinned tab just "ctrl click" on it and select pin tab. Now you can ...


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KeySearch sounds like what you want. From the website: It uses short keywords to allow you to search any site you want, right from the toolbar. ... Just right-click on any search box and choose "Create keyword for this search." Type in a keyword and KeySearch takes care of the rest. (I have not used it.)


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In some cases it is the website itself telling the browser to not save the passwords. There are a number of ways a web programmer can implement this and a number of ways to get around it. I used to use a little JavaScript "bookmarklet" that tried to turn off any JavaScript on a website that told the browser to not save the password. It worked about a ...


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Look in the Safari Preferences on the Passwords tab, is macrumors.com there with something like “Never remember password”? If so, you can remove that entry and try again. You might also like to search for sites in Keychain Access.app as I think ‘never remember’ sites might get stored there as well?


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If you use Mac, try "Cliche: Easy Web Image Collector" on the Mac App Store. According to the app description, "The easy yet powerful web image collector for the Mac. Cliche enables you to quickly and easily collect web images with powerful handy tools. Just browse the web with Cliche. All web images are already ready for you." For more information, you ...


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Are you running on OSX Yosemite? There were some changes that allow the OS and by extension Safari to make use of your computers whole amount of RAM, the mantra being that unused RAM is being wasted. Not too sure what it means for a low RAM system, I would assume that apps would unload some data from the RAM when it is nearing full. Keep in mind that ...


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Have you installed an app called "Onavo" ?? If it is no longer working with your network then you may face such issues.. First, try resetting your cellular data network settings.. Settings-->general-->network -->cellular data network --> reset Secondly, remove any configuration profiles.. Settings --> General --> Profiles -->"name of profile" -->click ...


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Change the keychain password, and then lock the keychain when not using the Mac. Unless you want everyone to be able to login to your accounts. Then it's just that you need a change in policy, not in keychains.


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WasteNoTime is a Safari browser extension which should have the requested features according to the website: WasteNoTime is a browser extension which is designed to help you manage your time spent on the Internet more efficiently. Time Tracker feature gives you reports on what web sites you spent most of your time. Instant Lockdown feature allows ...


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SelfControl is an app that blocks your blacklisted websites until its timer runs out. It's supposed to be so impenetrable that even deleting the app and rebooting your computer won't lift the block, though, so make sure you don't blacklist anything that you may possibly need before time's up.


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Go to View. Go to bottom. Exit full screen and resize the window to fit frame.


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Closing the window is not the same as quitting the app. Clicking the red X closes the window, telling Safari that you've done with the contents - leaving nothing for it to remember. It's not clear from your question quite what you are selecting from the right click menu, but anything other than quit - or quitting after all windows are already closed, ...


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Have you tried implementing the ADFS solution? Using client certificates It's described here: http://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/38086/sharepoint-repeatedly-prompting-ipad-users-for-credentials And goes in to more detail here: https://paddleshift.wordpress.com/2013/03/01/authenticating-to-sharepoint-from-iphone-and-ipad/



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