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After one of the last few updates to Safari my application has taken on an annoying little property.

Everytime Safari is restarted it starts with the option "Enable plug-ins" off which means all flash content is not shown until I go into preferences and tick the box to enable.

Its only a little thing but get annoying as I have to do it everytime I close and re-open Safari.

So I just wondered if there was a way to keep the option enabled forever until I un-enable it?

//Mark
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My guess would be a corrupt Safari preference file.

Close Safari - Open Finder and browse to:

Home (your user) - Library - Preferences

delete com.apple.safari.plist - don't empty the trash yet

Restart Safari - enable the setting - close Safari - re-open and check it out

If it's working fine, then you can trash the old plist file.

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