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#52523 - 09/25/19 11:27 PM Safari 13.0.1 Heads-Up
artie505 Online

Registered: 08/04/09
I'm running a couple of legacy extensions with irreplaceable functionality, so I ran the Safari 13.0.1 upgrade on a clone before inflicting it on my boot volume, because I feared that my extensions wouldn't work in the new version, and my fear was on target.

The only extensions that work in Safari 13.0.1 are those that are available from the App Store. frown mad

Yeah, I know it's all about security, but Apple's opinions should NOT be the last word, same as with SIP.
The new Great Equalizer is the SEND button.

In Memory Of Harv: Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities. ~Voltaire

#52524 - 09/26/19 12:57 AM Re: Safari 13.0.1 Heads-Up [Re: artie505]
freelance Offline

Registered: 08/05/09
Loc: London, UK
Oops, too late for me. I updated via the App Store yesterday. Safari AdBlock no longer works, nor does Rapport for my banking sites.

I checked the App Store for replacements and can't see anything free. I thought about trying to replace Safari from a backup, but didn't bother as I rarely use Safari, anyway.
iMac (19,1, 3.1 GHz i5, 10.14.6, 40 Gb RAM) with Mac Pro (5,1, dual-2.4 GHz, 10.13.6, 24 Gb RAM) used as a server and to run 32-bit apps via Screen Sharing. MacBook Air (1.8 Ghz, 8 Gb RAM, 10.14.6, 256 Gb SSD) all patched through a Vodafone router and BT Wi-Fi Extender, Canon TS8351 printer/scanner.

#52525 - 09/26/19 02:51 AM Re: Safari 13.0.1 Heads-Up [Re: freelance]
jchuzi Online

Registered: 08/04/09
Loc: New York State
On the plus side, Safari 13 fixed a complaint that I had about Safari 12. In Safari 12, I would use Autofill to enter a login ID and password, and found that I was automatically logged in without having to press the Login button. That has been resolved in Safari 13.

OS 10.15.4, iMac Retina 5K 27-inch, late 2014, 3.5 GHz Intel Core i5, 1 TB fusion drive, 16 GB RAM, Epson SureColor P600, Photoshop CC, Lightroom CC, MS Office 365


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