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Apple Obscuring URLs in Yosemite Safari


At Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference today the company rolled out a new look for its web browser, Safari. Apple executives didn't point it out, but sharp-eyed observers have noticed one significant change to the interface. The address bar truncates URLs to the domain-name level.

I wonder if the URL will "fold out" if you click in the address bar. Or at least if you copy the URL.

Gosh I hope so.

One Response to "Apple Obscuring URLs in Yosemite Safari"

  1. FYI, they added a pref to show full URLs. Although they are still annoying like in 10.9 where they cut off the http://.

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