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I am currently running the latest version of safari. When I reset Safari upon closure then open up, some of my extensions open up into tabs Such as evernote, 1password etc. Is there a work around to bypass this? Thanks for any advice.

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This is on a privately owned computer? Suggest reset only necessary if sat a work or shared computer as this removes passwords etc. That may explain why they are opening.

PS what is cannoli?

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This is on my own laptop.(private),I don't share. It's not really a big deal. A minor inconvenience.
Now as to your answer to what is Cannoli, it is a Fine pastry that originated in Sicily. (My heritage). It was also taken from a scene of one of the God father movies.

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Now as to your answer to what is Cannoli, it is a Fine pastry that originated in Sicily.
I remember being able to buy them in a local bakery shop (Italian owned) when I lived in New York City during my grammar school days. If you never tasted one, you're missing out on one the finest pastries in the world.
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When on occasion the wife and I visit the North Beach area of San Francisco. One of our favorite stops is a bakery on Columbus Ave. We spoil ourselves by having a cannoli and coffee. Mm, life is good!

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