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accepted How to create a service (shown in the context menu on the URL) in Safari?
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comment How to create a service (shown in the context menu on the URL) in Safari?
In my ElCapitan is something broken. Following exactly your workflow the service doesn't shows in the context menu. But because your screenshot shows the service, accepting it - and will try figure out the problem on my system. thanx, +1-accept
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comment How to create a service (shown in the context menu on the URL) in Safari?
Thank you for your work and detailled answer. It sure will help to someone in general. Unfortunately, this isn't for what me looking: 1.) this service saves the current Safari windows url and not the right-clicked link. 2.) Also, the "Save URL" is shows only in the Safari->Services menu, and not in the "right-click" contenxtual menu. Please, check my screenshot - what i mean, e.g. i want an entry in the contextual-service menu which appears when you right-click on some link on the page and want get the right-clicked link's URL not the current webpage's URL. ;)
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comment How to create a service (shown in the context menu on the URL) in Safari?
@Jenguinie just added more information.
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comment How to create a service (shown in the context menu on the URL) in Safari?
usually is a good practice when the downvoter add an comment to tell what is wrong with the question...
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accepted How to turn off the Terminal's “Allow mouse reporting”?
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comment How to turn off the Terminal's “Allow mouse reporting”?
Great! Exactly i got bored with my vim and just found in my .vimrc the set mouse=a. (It was copied years ago from my linux box... and I forget about.) Thanx. Accepting, but anyway, would be nice to know how to set by default the "not allowed" (unchecked) state.
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