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I want to add a user script to Safari and activate the Script menu for Safari.

Script Menu Item

I have seen some references which indicate this can be done by adding a .scpt to ~/Library/Scripts/Applications/Safari but that does not seem to work. Neither does ~/Library/Application Scripts.

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You can go to Script Editor > Preferences, then check "Show Script menu in menu bar" and "Show Computer Scripts". Afterwards, the Script Editor menu bar should show.

Script Editor General Preferences

Script Editor Menu Bar

Then, you go to "Open Scripts Folder -> Open Safari Scripts Folder", where the folder you specified will be added.

Safari Scripts Folder

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You haven't specified the version of macOS or Safari you're running, but usually you would do this:

  1. In the Finder, go to the top level of your Mac's hard drive (or SSD)
  2. Navigate to /System/Library/CoreServices/Menu Extras/
  3. Double-click on the Script Menu.menu file

This should add the Script Menu to a number of supported apps, etc.

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  • Unfortunately, in Mojave the /System/Library/CoreServices/Menu Extras/ doesn't have a Script Menu.menu file... – JJarava Oct 31 '19 at 19:48

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