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My other half has just been using her Mac Air and she had years of pages in Safari using the reading list but all of a sudden they just disappeared. Is there a way of getting them back ? It also seems as she re adds them a couple of seconds later there not saving ??????

Your Help Would be much appreciated and i might get a slightly easier life
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