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How do you temporarily override Safari's Pop-up Blocker. On my PCI would hold down the shift key. I have a site I have to use that brings a window up like a pop-up...

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Have you tried PithHelmet? http://www.culater.net/software/Pith...PithHelmet.php

It looks like it might work based on # 5 here: http://www.culater.net/wiki/moin.cgi...tSurvivalGuide

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You can just go to the Safari menu and deselect "Block Pop-Up Windows"

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Or use the handy shortcut: Shift Command K toggles the blocker on or off.
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That's what I needed... Shift Command K... Thanks... I think I need to print these short cuts... No way will I remember all of them... Is there a place I can go to view and print them?

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