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How do I do it on a Mac?

Safari has "locked up" a couple of times on us and I'm not sure which combination of buttons to push on a Mac to get the thing to stop.

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Oh, and, aahh, I'm going to have to go ahead and ask you to come in on Sunday, too...yeah
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alt+applekey(watcha call it?)+esc
you can also access it via the drop down menu if you click on the apple logo on the top left corner of your screen
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apple key is often called command



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or if you right(ctrl)+click on the frozen app's icon in the dock, it should have the force quit option
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if you dont have a right click option you can control+click or click and hold and the menu will pop up.

repair your permissions and maybe delete your preferences and hopefully safari will stop crashing on you
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