I always like to find out more and more about Mac OS X Tiger each day. Not only does it help other users when they have questions, but it is also helpful for me if I am experiencing a problem. The other day, I was using Safari and was curious to see if there was anything hidden to the naked eye. Well, sure enough, there was. The Debug menu. To enable it:
- Go into Terminal which is located in Applications >Utilities folder.
- Once you open up Terminal, type in:
defaults write com.apple.Safari IncludeDebugMenu 1
- The next time you open up Safari, you will see the Debug menu right next to the Help menu.
- If you are a developer or a regular Mac user, looking to get more out of Safari, then I recommend checking out the Debug menu.
- I use the Debug menu to look at how other sites were created, to change user agents, and to edit advanced settings.
- To hide the Debug menu, follow step , just replace the