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Alright, this sounds really dumb, i know, but I just got my PB back from applecare today with the new HDD and keyboard and i was trying to get my computer back to how it was before (bookmarks, settings, etc) and for some reason I cant remeber how to change the top of safari. Is there a way to change the order of the buttons. I would like mine to be "back, forward, reload/stop, home, address bar, search bar" but for some reason I cant figure out how to change the order. If anyoe cant help that would be great...
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View > Customize Adress Bar.


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View > Customize Adress Bar.
yeah, see i dont have that option for some reason.... i thought i used to, but maybe that was on 10.4 and for some reason they didnt reinstall my 10.4 but put back on 10.3.4. my 10.4 CD is at school so i will have to wait and see if thats the problem. anyone know if thats it? not having 10.4 installed??
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I think so yes. The Safari version that came with Panther (10.3.x) was pretty limited compared to Tiger's Safari.
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yeah, thats kind of what I thought... guess I am gonna make the drive to school to get my panther disks... :sigh:
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