Tag Archives: Safari

Finally.. displaying XML documents in Safari

I really hated it when I needed to view a RDF/XML document in the browser, Safari in my particular case. All you can see is a white page with lots of unformatted strings on it. No structure was visible at all. The only way to get a slightly better look at the document, was to view the page’s source  code. And as you probably guessed or experienced yourself there is also no way of viewing it in a readable/formatted/colored way.

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Uninstalling TabExposé for Safari

After given TabExpose for Safari on my new Mac mini runnig Snow Leopard a shot, I tried to uninstall it. But unfortunately the uninstall instructions on the products homepage weren’t correct. So, in order to remove it from your system you need to do the following:

  1. Quit Safari
  2. Open Activiy Monitor and search for the Pumba process, if it’s still running quit it
  3. Remove ~/Library/Application Support/Pumba/TabExpose.bundel (please make sure you do delete to Pumba folder too)
  4. Remove ~/Library/ScriptingAdditions/PumbaLoader.osax
  5. Remove ~/Library/LaunchAgents/com.cocoamug.Pumba.plist
  6. Start Safari


Filed under Mac OS X Software, Safari