0 Replies Latest reply: Jan 19, 2013 11:02 AM by nyappleman
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When I try to save an open website to a bookmark folder using CMD+D the pop up window starting with >add this page to< shows the current page highlighted in blue. In the past the first dropdown line where all my bookmark folders are listed used to be automatically being marked with a frame and I would just start typing a folders name to jump directly to the destination where the page needed to be saved.

 

This does not longer happen. I can still click on the bookmark folder dropdown window and type over the current folder but this is an extra step. I want Safari to act as it did before. Just hit CMD+D, then the automatically highligted dropdown window for the bookmark folder show and I can type right over it and hit the return key to save it.

 

How can I force Safari to do go back to this exact procedure instead of showing me the highlighting current webpage ( blue blackground ) in the second line of the pop up window every time I try to save a page? It is very annoying to me.

 

I have already replaced the safari plist to no avail. My iMac 27 shows the exact same Safari preference setting as my problematic MBA and works just the way I want it. Any ideas?

 

 

This is the annoying way:

 

Screen Shot 2013-01-19 at 2.00.57 PM.png

 

and this is how it used to be and still is on my iMac27

Screen Shot 2013-01-19 at 1.46.42 PM.png

 

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MacBook Air, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.2), 256 SSD, 1.8 GHz (i7)