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About a month ago I when I viewed a source in safari I was able to delete and type in the source window. Also, there would be 2 buttons at the top of the window that said "apply and revert". And when you hit apply and then reloaded the page it would show the changes that you did to the page, locally of course... I just got a new HD and I noticed when I view a source that the buttons arent there and im not able to edit anything, so I must of installed a plugin or something... Right?

How do I get the buttons and the ability to locally edit the source back?

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They may have removed that function on the newer updated safari. I don't have those options on my version of safari.

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SafariStand adds the ability to edit the view source window
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