Safari Question!

MilkMan4

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Jun 22, 2011
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Okay so after I quit out of safari and go back into it later, it opens back up at the last page i was on earlier. I don't want that. I just want it to open up at the home page, which i have set to google under preferences and general. I can't really find a preference for opening up at home page or last page, so can anyone help me?!
 

MilkMan4

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Original poster
Jun 22, 2011
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idk if this makes a difference but i am running lion...

and i have those preferences,
New windows open with: homepage
New tabs open with: empty page
Homepage: http://www.google.com

i hit command Q to quit out of safari, then click back on safari to open it back up and it starts me off with all of the tabs and pages i was at when i hit quit

i don't want this!!!
 

bndoarn

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Mar 16, 2008
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It's part of the resume feature of Lion. You have two options that I'm aware of.

Option 1:
Turn off resume in System Preferences. Although, this will turn off the feature for every app.


Option 2:
When quitting Safari, quit using Command + Option + Q instead of just Command + Q.
 

jive turkey

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Mar 15, 2008
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I believe if you don't want Safari to open the last windows viewed you can hold down the option key when you Cmd-Q.
 

johnryjr

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Oct 12, 2007
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Also, if you close the window with the red "x" before quitting the app it will open back up to your home page.
 
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