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I hope someone can tell me how to keep Safari's (are you sure you want to send a form again) Form from popping up.

I've searched all over the internet and it seems no one is giving out the right information, or at least nothing seems to work for me.

I absolutely hate this idiotic form...and yes, I do know why it's there. I just don't have any use for it.

Please! someone help.
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To get rid of it, use Opera or Firefox.

Best answer I've got after 4 years.

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I posted this previously but for some reason it didn't show up.
I contacted Mgr. help with no response.
Makes me wonder...

Anyway, I'll try it again.

Does anyone know the code to kill the 'are you sure you want to send this form again?' nuisance form, that pops up on Safari?

Any help would be much appreciated....
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You mean the one above?

http://www.mac-forums.com/forums/os-...ml#post1175931

Please don't crosspost. You can find all of your posts by going to Quick Links - Your Profile - Statistics - Find all posts by urbanlost.

Note combined threads.

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I posted this previously but for some reason it didn't show up.
Check your member name. Looks like a good clue.
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nice...
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Although it can be annoying, it's there for your own good. If you purchased something and had a form re-send the info, you wouldn't be so bothered by it .

I'm not a fan of it either but if you choose to stick with Safari, it's something that you'll have to live with.

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