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When I open a PDF document in Safari and then go into Mission control, I see a window with different kinds of artifacts (e.g. horizontal black lines on a white background) and it's titled AdobePDFViewerNPAPI (Safari internet plug-in). This window is probably related to the Adobe Reader plug-in that Safari uses. Is there any way to have this window not show up in Mission Control?

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The easiest way is to just use a different PDF plugin for Safari. There are instructions on how to do that here.

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deleting the plugins from the library worked for me:

http://forums.macworld.com/index.php?/topic/146648-hide-adobepdfviewernpapi-in-mission-control-how/

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