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Change Safari cursor shape based on link target
Authored by: RussellK on Jun 21, '07 08:28:38AM

Maybe I'm missing something...or maybe my Mac's missing something(!), but I don't have a Safari folder in any of my Application Support folders. I'm using Safari 3 on 10.4.10.

Rob, in your comment about the hint, you don't describe how to go about making this .css file. Do you mean a .css file containing the text from the original hint? How does one create a new .css file?



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Change Safari cursor shape based on link target
Authored by: RussellK on Jun 21, '07 08:31:06AM

...as a quick update...I searched for a file called usercontent.css and came up with a few results all found in my Navigator or Mozilla folders within the Application Support folder.



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Change Safari cursor shape based on link target
Authored by: RussellK on Jun 21, '07 08:36:44AM

...so I copied the usercontent.css file from my /Application Support/Navigator folder onto my Desktop, then opened that file in GoLive and pasted in the text from the original hint (removing all the other text in there). Then I pointed Safari to the new .css file per Rob's instructions, and nothing has changed in Safari. I visited some sites that I know have links targeted to open in new windows...and just the same old Mickey Mouse hand cursor appears when hovering...



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