This is not a purely Apple-related question, but it's worth to reply.
TL;DR: You should go to your company's IT Security Department immediately because the certificates that encrypt your web traffic can be compromised.
Long story, your company uses a kind of proxy called "Transparent proxy" for SSL traffic. This consists of a proxy that the user doesn't ...
To Get Firefox looking like Chrome and Safari
By default, Firefox only applies color correction to images that have embedded color profiles. You can enable full color management to apply color correction to everything, including colors defined in CSS. Then it should look more like Chrome and Safari.
In about:config (type that in to the address bar), set ...
In Safari ⌥ + Tab appears to select every link through google. Tried it in DuckDuckGo and I don't get the same behavior but if you search and just use the up and down arrow keys without clicking anything it selects the various links.
Chrome it appears you may need an extension such as Google Search Keyboard Shortcuts
@Tetsujin earns the garland.
The iMac's Safari had uBlock Origin 1.16.0 installed. When deactivated in Safari > Preferences > Extensions, Safari now loads the two problematic webpages correctly.
I'll guess that one of uBlock's data streams (it was subscribed to several, in aid of my trying to block persistent cookie-approval popups) was changed sometime ...
Use the 1Password autofill keyboard shortcut Command + \ to fill the login information.
You don’t need the toolbar visible in order to invoke 1Password. Heck, you can even get rid of the 1Password extension from the Safari toolbar and work solely with this keyboard shortcut.
This keyboard shortcut is set by default by 1Password.
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var shell = new ActiveXObject("WScript.Shell");
Google has official documentation on the Chrome iOS app’s URI scheme on its developer website.
From the tips on SnazzyLabs, ⇧-⌘-T reopens last tab closed (N number of times) AND will restore the last session if all/Safari are closed.
In essence, it is going backwards through your recent history one step at a time.
A simple two-step solution that is equivalent to @LangLangC "keyhole surgery" answer:
Use pkg-uninstall (make sure to read the instructions)
Reinstall the most recent macOS Combo Update
I just did this to remove Safari 13b4 and go back to Safari 12.1.2 on Mojave.
OK, this solution is the strangest thing. I found the solution on a Russian site, but now that the search terms for the solution are known you can find at some other sites.
The problem is a result of Safari holding too much local data for the site in question and failing to deal with that correctly. I use archive.org a lot so I had lots of LocalStorage and ...
You have two options to still use Safari on Windows PC.
Using a cross-browser testing tool
Installing Safari 5.1.7 (The last supported version)
Since it is not safe to use dated version, the cross-browser testing tool is the best way if you just want to test your projects.
However, if you still want to install the last supported version of Safari, you ...
You could replace AdBlockPlus with the open source Safari extension uBlock-Safari and import the filter list.
See FilterLists for a good source of filters - including cookie notification specific lists.
After brainstorming for days, I finally managed to find a solution. Putting it here since it may help others. Clearing history on one or all your devices doesn't help. All you need to do is show your Bookmarks from the bookmarks tab, search for the website you want removed from the top hits (it only shows in top hits because it's in your bookmarks) and ...
To me this sounds like Safari is just prompting you with a URL, either from your visited history or from popular web page URLs.
And, as it's doing this, if you press enter it's reading that as you accepting its suggestion, in which case it populates the address bar with that URL and takes you to that page.
However, on other occasions, you've typed enough ...
As troubleshooting steps, I'd try the following:
Test with another browser to see what happens. If the problem isn't repeated then you're starting to isolate the issue, although I would then try a 3rd browser for good measure to see how it also behaves.
Boot into Safe Mode (see below) and test again with Safari
Boot into Safe Mode
Follow these steps to ...
I used to frequently run into this problem in older versions of macOS, such as Mavericks. I always worked around it by navigating directly to the address of the wifi router.
option + click on the wifi icon in your menu bar, and look for the line that says Router: followed by an IP address (a series of dots and numbers). In a majority of cases, the address ...
The biggest culprit was Kasperski anti-virus software. I uninstalled the software on my Macbook, and I'm now able to get the popup to work at Starbucks. Keep in mind - deleting Kasperski (or any other anti-virus) app won't do it. You have to use the uninstall program.
Open safari preferences and remove any saved passwords for the captive address (or all saved passwords)
turn off password saving in Safari entirely
turn off auto join for that network if you wish that as well
According to MacRumors, this functionality is coming in Safari 13, which will be released with iOS 13, presumably some time this autumn. So if your iOS version is 13 or higher, long-press on the bookmark icon at the bottom of the Safari window and select “Add bookmarks for [x] tabs”.
You can find the cloud tabs in ~/Library/Safari/CloudTabs.db. Copy this file to some unrestricted location, like Downloads.
Use ‘DB Browser for SQLite’ to open the file.
With the following query you'll get your devices:
select * from cloud_tab_devices
Copy the device_uuid for the iOS device you want to save.
Using this you can run the next query to get a ...
In Safari 12 (and possibly earlier versions), pressing the Escape key after the page has finished loading will focus the web page content, letting you use any keyboard shortcuts that the web site has defined (such as the J and K keys in a search results page in Duck Duck Go).
If you press the escape key before the page has finished loading, it will simply ...
Facebook video calling is not supported on Safari (and hasn't been for years).
Apple hasn't indicated they will support this nor has Facebook indicated they would change their code to accommodate Safari.
Your options are to provide feedback to Apple or Facebook, telling them you'd like this feature supported.