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    Application To Clean Out Safari?
    Instead of having to do it manually, is there an application that gets rid of the Cache, all Cookies, History, Flash files, etc. for Safari? I could not find an Extension for Safari that does that. Thanks.

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    Open Safari, then go to Safari > Reset Safari

    HTH
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    Playing too much poker, leaving no time to explore your Mac?

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    Quote Originally Posted by toMACsh View Post
    Playing too much poker, leaving no time to explore your Mac?
    LOL quite possibly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzard2010 View Post
    Open Safari, then go to Safari > Reset Safari

    HTH
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    Thanks! I thought that Reset Safari would reset the whole program. I am playing too much poker. Hey, wait a second, there's no such thing as too much Poker.

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    It's actually Safari > Reset Safari...

    The significance: any menu item with an ellipsis does not execute immediately. Instead, you're presented with more options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toMACsh View Post
    It's actually Safari > Reset Safari...

    The significance: any menu item with an ellipsis does not execute immediately. Instead, you're presented with more options.
    Lol fair enough

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    I posted that just because the OP expressed fear of clicking it, if you read between the lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toMACsh View Post
    I posted that just because the OP expressed fear of clicking it, if you read between the lines.
    You read between the lines well.....You are 100% correct!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pokermaniac View Post
    You read between the lines well.....You are 100% correct!
    Don't need to read between the lines for your poker addiction though

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