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how do you find the url to a video you find online? i often come across funny clips and send them to my friends. it's easy to do on a PC but i'm not sure where to find it on my mac. on PC's it's under properties.
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how do you find the url to a video you find online? i often come across funny clips and send them to my friends. it's easy to do on a PC but i'm not sure where to find it on my mac. on PC's it's under properties.
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Yeah, I'd also like to know how to do this. In windows you can right mouse click on the link and select properties. In Safari the right mouse click does not have a properties option.

(btw. Don't say anything about Firefox...)
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