34517 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Jul 13, 2011 9:25 PM by William Donelson
I'm sorry to report that that doesn't work for me. I also tweaked the command to reference Safari5 instead of 4 (so defaults read com.apple.safari has both DebugSafari4IncludeFancyURLCompletionList = 0;
DebugSafari5IncludeFancyURLCompletionList = 0;
). No luck.
Does anybody have a solution? This is driving me insane, and I'm actually starting to use Google Chrome more because of this issue.
Still having trouble with this, I hate the function and want the old way back where it takes part of the actual URL and not pieces of the page title. ie: www.modmyi.com title bar says "Apple, iPhone & iPad News" and if I'm looking for www.apple.com by typing "ap(ple)" I get the modmyi.com title bar popping up in top hit.
According to the CNET forums, you can disable the Top Sites feature like this:
To completely disable Top Sites, go to Safari > Preferences > General
New windows open with: Top Sites
Change it to something else. Obviously, you can do the same for New Tabs.
(You'll also see Top Sites in the Show All Bookmarks window. Drag that up, don't stop when it first stops moving. It will be reduced to a thin bar.)
Now delete the Image Cache. Choose Safari > Reset Safari... and select Remove All Webpage Preview Images. Click Reset. Now go to YourUserName/Library/Caches/com.apple.Safari and select the Webpage Previews folder. Press Cmd-I and click Locked. Now it won't accumulate a jpeg and png of every web page you visit.