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I had the same exact problem... I got the "missing plug-in" message too when I tried to play an Amazon Prime movie on my 2009 Imac with Safari Version 11.1.2 and El Capitan 10.11.6. My solution was to drop Safari Browser and go to Google Chrome (Version 88.0.4324.192) and I got immediate access to the Amazon Prime movie (Minari). I enjoyed this ...


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This is a commonly reported bug that occurs 'sometimes'. Another solution, short of rebooting, is to kill the coreaudiod process. You can do this in Activity Monitor, or in the Terminal with sudo killall coreaudiod https://9to5mac.com/2019/07/29/macos-fast-video-playback-bug-fix-coreaudiod-video/


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I realize the title of the question asks "how to enable this". Also, the OP originally included the question "How can I ensure it is enabled?" at the end of the post. However user anki made edits which changed the question at the end of the post to "How can I upload iCloud files from Safari 14 on macOS 10.14?" Since user anki is ...


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Within the 'Choose File' window you can go to the iCloud directory using the Finder keyboard shortcut for that. By default this is CommandShifti The 'Go' menu in Finder gives me the following list of shortcuts:


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One way is to move "iCloud Drive" from "iCloud" section to "Favourites" in Finder and Safari uploader will display that.


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Most likely are 1 of these two things. The 'Choose file' menu is not a default uploader and uses some kind of Java uploader or other magic. If so, that it that I guess. The settings in Safari are 'corrupted'. Just remove and add the iCloud folders in your sidebar and I expect that the Safari 'Open file' window will mimic the Finder.


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You save it in Photos then go to Share in the lower left corner and then to File


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If you open the image in its own tab (e.g. open the direct image URL) you can tap the Safari share button to save the image to files. When the share sheet opens it will give you options on what you want to share (see white arrow). Enregistrer dans Fichiers = Save to Files Not showing Save to Files when holding the image is probably a bug. You should report ...


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Many content blockers for Safari have this feature. I use 1Blocker Legacy which is entirely free (gratis) and lets you write custom rules under "Block URLs". You can turn off all the other block sets it provides. I'm using this with iOS 13.5; I'm not sure whether it works with the latest iOS 14.


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If you want to stop Firefox from opening when not necessary, then change: else if theActiveApp is "firefox" then tell application "firefox" open location urlToOpen end tell To: else if theActiveApp is "firefox" then set |Firefox| to "Firefox" tell application |Firefox| ...


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Firefox is likely opening because the script includes: tell application "firefox"  … end tell Based on your description, these lines require AppleScript to launch Firefox to determine if the script is correct – even if the involved lines are never run. Firefox needs to be launched for AppleScript to obtain the application's scripting language ...


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I needed to do 2 things, Choose "Shortcut Input" as the value for "Run Javascript on" Click the 3 dots on the top right and enable "Show in Share Sheet" Also the alert causes it to timeout, no problem. It was just a test.


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As of February 2021: No However this could be a good option and I suggest to everyone to voice your opinion here


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List the URL of all tabs in the frontmost window: osascript -e{'set text item delimiters to linefeed','tell app"safari"to(url of tabs of window 1)as text'} List the URL of all tabs in all windows: osascript -e{'set text item delimiters to linefeed','tell app"safari"to(url of tabs of windows)as text'} List the URL and title of all tabs in ...


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For DuckDuck&Go, close Safari, and open the Terminal and enter: defaults write com.apple.Safari SearchProviderIdentifier "com.duckduckgo"


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In some cases WebGL is disabled in the Safari preferences. AFAIK there is no UI to edit the setting. So you may need to edit the Safari property list file. It is located at ~/Library/Containers/com.apple.Safari/Data/Library/Preferences/com.apple.Safari.plist This is described in the following post: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/251723774?answerId=...


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The problem seems fixed as of MacOS 11.2


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The solution to my question is to upload a Favicon.png file to the root directory of my website as such. This is where Safari pulls the favicon to show in the favorites bar.


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One way is to use built-in way to open new window while clicking on link. ⌘ + , to open Safari preferences > Tabs and one can see following options: So ⌘ + ⌥ + click will open link in new window and makes it active. By adding ⇧ will not make new window active. Also - what action you call minimizing? Because I can't reproduce any sudden window opening if ...


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You can disable this in Safari Preferences


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I am still a fresh new contributor so I can't comment on every post yet. I found something interesting concerning your issue. I hope your problem only affects this particular app BlueJeans being automatically opened by Safari and if not, I would be sorry that my answer could not help you. Here is the link : https://support.bluejeans.com/s/article/BlueJeans-...


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Mobile Safari can call other programs to "View Source" via the share functionality in iOS / iPadOS. To transform your web page into source, click the share button in the middle of screen footer (the icon depicts an arrow out from a square). This will open new overlay window where one can find: And for current webpage one can see:


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This is not an answer, but alternative approach(es). One can use ⌘ + ⇧+/. This will open Safari Help and from that one can enter search word(s). There will be tabs list displayed with status/day (tabs currently open, Recently Closed, Earlier Today, by dates etc) and address. Everything what is available in Safari menus (history, recently open etc) will be ...


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Apple’s native solution is Safari Web Inspector. Currently all developer tools for iOS do still run on macOS so get out your mac and dive in if you want a first party solution. Here’s a 5 minute tech talk, but the developer site has hours and pages of content depending on what you are going to do with this. https://developer.apple.com/videos/play/tech-talks/...


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From the Develop menu > Enter Responsive Design Mode Cmd ⌘ Ctrl ⌃ R You can then choose between a selection of devices… Click for larger image If you don't have that menu open already, it's in Safari Prefs > Advanced


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Welcome to Ask Different! On macOS Big Sur, click the button shown on the screenshot and pick another view. These are the options shown to me: Ícones = Icons Lista = List Colunas = Columns Edit: alternatively, when you have the window open, you can use the same shortcuts that are also available on Finder: [command] + [1], [command] + [2], [command] + [3] ...


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Do you experience this problem on other devices? From your question, it is clear that you have tried different browsers but you did not specify whether other devices can display these websites or not. In order for website to displayed properly, the server (website's end) needs to set appropriate HTTP headers. Here is a sample of what those headers may look ...


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