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    safari ?
    Is there anyway to make safari a full screen page?

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    If you're using Lion, there's a button in the top right corner.

    In earlier versions you can grab the bottom right corner of the window to resize it

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    javascript:self%20.moveTo(0,0);self.resizeTo(1680, 975);

    Create a bookmark and put it on the bookmark bar. The above code should be pasted in as the address. You can change 1680, 975 to be the resolution of your display.

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    well then, grabbing the bottom right corner on snow.leopard def. done the trick! thank you sir! Another ? i have is this, should I delete my cookies often? seems like a good idea to me, and should I clear my cache often? Will i see a performance difference while browsing? should I leave my cache so I can quickly use sites i frequent?

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    I only eat cookies, never have deleted them. And my cache just goes on. No need to attend to those things unless you're experiencing problems.

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    hmmm, indeed sir^ I have heard VERY mixed reviews on this subject

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