SafariPlus

Version: 1.5.1 || Release Date: 2007-06-23 || License: Freeware Developer: jrc Software | App Owner: davy

SafariPlus is a plug-in for Safari that lets you manage cookies as well as block Flash and GIF animations. Unlike other plugins, SafariPlus lets you take control of your web browsing experience without having to worry about complicated filtering rules and esoteric settings. SafariPlus is small, simple, and free.

Requires Mac OS X v10.4 Tiger.

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Great, thanks haleakalari! It took me some time to work out the correct file permissions and ownership but now it works (with leopard). I am not completely sure, but the trick seems to be to have root as the owner and admin as the group of the folder and the files within. Thanks again.

i use 1.6a1 (downloaded from here: http://web.mac.com/jrc/SafariPlus/download/SafariPlus-1.6a1.zip) on the macbook i have with leopard on it. you just have to place the bundle in your global inputmanagers folder (/library/inputmanagers) rather than your user specific inputmanagers folder (~library/inputmanagers) and it works like a charm, if you have changed the permissions of the folder that is...

@haleakalari : Which version do you use? I tried SafariPlus 1.5.1 and SafariPlus 1.6a1 both of which don't work with Safari Version 3.1.2 (5525.20.1) on my machine :( I'd pay for this app as a I used it on Tiger and miss it badly.

hfancy, i have found that SafariPlus actually works with safari 3 on leopard just as efficiently as it does on tiger, despite the developer's disclaimer.

I did use this but where's the update. I'd pay for a good cookie manager, too.

I don't understand how this can have only 68 iusethis-users at the time of this writing.

This is the neatest cookie handler I've used for Safari, and I don't see how anything cookie related can get simpler than this.

For starters, it's NOT one of those crappy separate apps that handles cookies, but rather, it is incorporated directly WITHIN Safari. That's just one thing. Interface mechanisms and features are just perfectly planned and dead simple, plus trustworthy, to use. A definite recommendation.

zeberman, check the release/version notes on iusethis, there is a link to the version of safariplus which is compatible with the safari 3 betas.

don't think this works with safari 3

ah, much more efficient than safariblock, what a relief!