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10.4: Build a better Safari
Authored by: kahless on Jun 08, '05 01:36:48PM
I have a working .term called SafariDev.term that will launch Safari using run-safari but will not display a Terminal window. It is kind of long so I don't think I can post it but the general idea is to open a Terminal window and then do File -> Save. In the dialog box give the term file a name and under "When opening this file:" select "Execute this command" and paste in the path to run-safari. I also checked "Execute command in shell". The file should be saved to ~/Library/Application Support/Terminal/filename.term. If you would like to prevent a Terminal window from showing up then open filename.term in your favorite text editor and search for

and change NO to YES and save. You should now be able to put filename.term in the Dock and use it to launch the development version of Safari.

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