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Friday, January 5, 2007

Enabling Safari debug menu!

Here is our first Mac OS X hidden feature: the Safari debug menu. It can be activated by entering the following command in Terminal while Safari is closed:
defaults write com.apple.Safari IncludeDebugMenu 1
It is very useful especially as many website are working in Safari but are stopping visitors who don't have Internet Explorer. You can then change the "User Agent" to Windows Internet Explorer and the website won't know you are using Safari. The debug menu can easily be deactivated by entering the same command with a 0 at the end instead of a 1.
Thanks for reading,
See you tomorrow for the second Mac OS X tip.

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