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Apple's new Web browser, Safari, has a hidden Debug menu that gives you quick access to some fun and mysterious features.

You're probably not interested in browsing the "DOM tree" or altering your security settings, but you might find "Open Page With" useful -- it lets you open the current Web page in any other installed browser. Debug also provides quick access to a handy list of keyboard and mouse shortcuts.

To turn on the Debug menu:
- Quit Safari if it's running
- Launch Terminal (Applications -> Utilities folder)
- Type defaults write com.apple.Safari IncludeDebugMenu 1
- Quit Terminal
- Launch Safari
- Done!

To switch back later, use: defaults write com.apple.Safari IncludeDebugMenu 0

Have fun!
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<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Sandy McMurray:
Source: OS X Hints

Apple's new Web browser, Safari, has a hidden Debug menu that gives you quick access to some fun and mysterious features.

You're probably not interested in browsing the "DOM tree" or altering your security settings, but you might find "Open Page With" useful -- it lets you open the current Web page in any other installed browser. Debug also provides quick access to a handy list of keyboard and mouse shortcuts.

To turn on the Debug menu:
- Quit Safari if it's running
- Launch Terminal (Applications -> Utilities folder)
- Type defaults write com.apple.Safari IncludeDebugMenu 1
- Quit Terminal
- Launch Safari
- Done!

To switch back later, use: defaults write com.apple.Safari IncludeDebugMenu 0

Have fun!
McMe
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Safari Enhancer will also reveal this new menu. It's filled with all sorts of wacky-lookin' Degbugging goodies and well, stuff.
 
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