Change default browser mac snow leopard

I have tried to install Firefox and Chrome but my computer is not compatable. Any ideas?

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Really like Safari but cannot open sites I need. Does anyone know how to fix this?? I appreciate the person who asked the question as simple as it may seem to cyber tech folks. All them are very, very different and when Firefox throws that wrench when opening their browser, I just have remember that the cleaver Fox is attempting to break again. Just say NO. Seems like a bit of a daft place to put this setting. And what then when safari do not work any more? Pretty flipping hard to open safari to pick any other browser.

And when i say not working safari its really non working at all it stops after 1 sec with lot of lines with kill command in it. Name required.

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April 16, at pm. March 26, at am. Safari 5. March 12, at am. Jim says:. February 10, at am. Brian says:. February 5, at am. May 15, at am. March 7, at am. Change Chrome to the Default Web Browser says:. February 23, at am. Reactions: Appleuser , mbosse , Amethyst1 and 18 others. MysticCow macrumors a. May 27, There's also TenFourFox, but that runs in Rosetta. Is there a way to make it for Just asking because the question is inevitable. Reactions: AmazingHenry. Jun 2, 2, 1, ARM Computing. TenFourFox is not a factor for Snow Leopard browsers. Extremely slow, even on an octocore, 16GB Mac Pro.

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Jan 23, Hi wicknix , Is it possible to also build it for 32bit? I know it's not supported. Best regards, voidRunner. I still havent had any luck in the 32 bit department. It requires the macports universal packages in order to build 32 bit on a 64 bit machine.

I havent tried that yet as i dont want to kill my working build environment.

However, you could try building since you are running My build instructions are in the snow leopard mini apps thread. Reactions: AphoticD and G4fanboy. XaPHER macrumors regular. Oct 13, Nowhere to be found. Do you know if the limitation of snow leopard for Might ask it to you since I'm really unsure I'll find this documented on PM comparatively to Fx52 it's e10s-free.

Does it really need universal packages from Macports? Well, what I'm saying would possibly more of use if at least I had a machine to try it.. On this subject I'm a bit frustrated about UXP; the build system has a lot of makefiles altered in a hard-coded way which wasn't the case previously. Well, even filtering them out didn't get a working build. Reactions: WinterClaws. The As for needing macports universal packages, that's what i dug up on google for building 32 bit on a 64 bit Mac. There are guys building PM for 32 bit on linux and windows without issues however, so it could just be compiler flags.

I gave up because ld wouldn't properly link. It always gave me a wrong arch error. After googling the error, every result for mac said said use universal packages. As for the sse2 stuff, i think they tossed that in to "force" minimum hardware requirements. The main devs don't want to support ancient hardware with v28 and beyond. I'm still new over there and am only looking at mac specific code. Sorry if i couldn't properly answer your questions. Thanks for the 45esr link.

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That's interesting. I see he even borrowed some from UXP. Did some minor branding additions. They work and are usable, just positioned on the wrong side they display on the right, should be on the left. Windows and Linux users would be better off just using Pale Moons official releases. Official requires win7 or higher. I'm only doing this as a side project to keep an up to date browser alive for Snow Leopard and try to fix the remaining Mac quirks mostly theme related issues that weren't fixed in PM I don't have that kind of time.

Reactions: WinterClaws and zmp. Aug 2, 1, Michigan. Works great under Mountain Lion. The old Firefox trick of changing the minimum OS version no longer seems to work Last edited: Sep 23,