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Third Party Hacks Add Numerous Features To Safari

Third Party Hacks Add Numerous Features To Safari

by , 4:30 PM EST, January 16th, 2003

The last time we mentioned Safari addons, we showed you Safari Enhancer and SafariNoBrush. It's only nine days into Safari's life, and VersionTracker is quickly filling up with modifications. (Listed software is freeware, unless stated otherwise.)

FullScreenSafari.ape 1.0 is a module to keep Safari from opening cascaded windows, for those of you who would prefer to browse in maximized windows. FullScreenSafari.ape requires Unsanity's Application Enhancer software.

Lioness 1.0d1 is a piece of software that lets you change the appearance of the toolbar buttons in Safari. It can also turn the brushed metal appearance on or off.

Safari Aquafier 1.3 is another brushed metal remover app.

Safari Icon Manager 0.6 is an app that allows you to browse and clear Safari's icon cache.

Safari Task Bar 1.0 is an application that lists all open Safari windows in a floating window, making them easy to switch between. Safari Task Bar is shareware.

SafariCookieCutter 0.8 is a cookie editor, allowing you to view, edit, and delete cookies from your system. SafariCookieCutter is beta software.

SafariMasks 1.0.1 is a theme editor for Safari,providing a simple way to give Safari a new look.

SafariSkin 0.1 is another application used to change the look of Safari's default toolbar buttons, but this one also has an option to change the color of the location bar.

You can find these applications and more at VersionTracker's site.

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