By default, macOS Safari only shows the domain name of the web site you are viewing. It does not show the full, complete url. For instance, when you visit https://macreports.com/disable-auto-play-videos-safari-macos/, Safari’s address bar will only show macreports.com, as you can see below:
Today is a BIG Day for The Shining Mom Blog!
Wednesday October 17, 2018
There’s just something about getting my thoughts down on paper that makes me more likely to accomplish the things I set out to do. For some reason, when my ideas are written down and organized, I am more likely to achieve my goals. In fact, over the past few years, I was able to reach […]
You may want to change this setting for various reasons. For instance, you may want to know the exact url that you are visiting. Here is how you can change this setting:
Show full web site address in Safari
Click the Safari menu
Click the Advanced tab
The first menu item is “Smart Search Field”. Then click to check the checkbox for “Show full website addresses”.
Now you can close the preferences window.
Apple Autonomous Car Fleet Grows to 70 Vehicles in California
Tuesday September 11, 2018
Apple is continuing to increase its self-driving vehicles. According to the California Department of Motor Vehicles, Apple has now 70 cars approved for testing in the State. These car are being controlled by 139 approved drivers. Our last report was on July 18, and Apple had 66 cars. Apple added another 4 self-driving cars to […]
Now you are seeing the full web site address.
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Calendar Invitation: Your Response To The Invitation Cannot Be Sent
Thursday October 25, 2018
macReports Calendar Invitation: Your Response To The Invitation Cannot Be Sent Do you get this iOS Calendar error popup constantly? The error message says: “Calendar Invitation. Your response to the invitation cannot be sent” (see the image below). You tap OK but a few minutes later this pops up again? It is highly likely that […]
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