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bdelanghe

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Oct 1, 2015
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I installed a few safari extensions and then realized my Toolbar was no longer hidden. I pressed (CMD+opt+T), right clicked the toolbar itself, and checked the view menu, but it appears I can no longer hide the toolbar.

I've uninstalled the extensions, set the toolbar back to default, relaunched safari, created a test account to see if it was local to the user and updated to El Capitan. But nothing has worked. Is it possible to reinstall safari? or are there any other suggestions.

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KALLT

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Sep 23, 2008
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Why do you want to hide the toolbar? There isn’t even a separate bar for the window buttons.
 

7acky

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Oct 2, 2015
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I installed a few safari extensions and then realized my Toolbar was no longer hidden. I pressed (CMD+opt+T), right clicked the toolbar itself, and checked the view menu, but it appears I can no longer hide the toolbar.

I've uninstalled the extensions, set the toolbar back to default, relaunched safari, created a test account to see if it was local to the user and updated to El Capitan. But nothing has worked. Is it possible to reinstall safari? or are there any other suggestions.

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same problem
 
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Ritsuka

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I guess it was disabled as a security measure, so you can always know on which site you are.
 

7acky

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Oct 2, 2015
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yes, i think so,

the question is i've three os x, two running on yosemite, one update to safari 9 can't hide toolbar, one safari 8 is work can hide toolbar,

the remaining one os x is running on el capitan, safari 9, can't hide toolbar,
 
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bdelanghe

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Oct 1, 2015
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yes, i think so,

the question is i've three os x, two running on yosemite, one update to safari 9 can't hide toolbar, one safari 8 is work can hide toolbar,

the remaining one os x is running on el capitan, safari 9, can't hide toolbar,

So you think it's just safari 9?
 
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