How do I remove sites that I am done with from my bookmark reading list? Some I want to come back to but it's getting too full to go through. I wan to delete what I am done reading. There is only a "plus" button but no delete?
Each time I enter a URL address into the address bar of the page opened through Safari on my iPad 2, the second letter typed will appear several seconds after the first letter. This causes much delay in redirecting to the page specified in the URL address. How to avoid such delay?
I have noticed that there are some instances where Safari and other browsers don't recognize a field on a web page as being one for data entry. I run a number of websites using the Joomla content management system and the editor for entering content is a wysiwyg editor. When the editor is in the wysiwyg mode, Safari, Eyebrowse, and iCab do not recognize that I can type into the editor. If I toggle the wysiwyg mode, I can enter data with no problem.I have tested 5 different editors plugins, and each has the same result. I have a work around for the time being, and have put in a bug report to Apple. Has anyone else had a similar problem and has anyone found a solution?Information : 2 GHz Intel Core Duo Mac Mini, iPad 3G 64GB Mac OS X (10.6.3) 2 GB RAM.
I was just watching the video walkthrough that 9to5Mac has posted and it shows that iPad Safari does have a bookmark bar just like Mac Safari. I didn't know that it was going to have that. Has anyone who has the SDK played with this feature. The video showed it popping up somehow. Is it possible to have it appear all the time? Also, the video showed that Safari is set up to be identified as desktop Safari NOT mobile Safari. I really can't wait to get my hands on an iPad. Whoever the person was that kept saying the Safari is mobile Safari needs to go and watch this video.
AirPrint, while a welcome feature, seems to have been implemented not by Apple, but by any other company...In Safari, what used to be an icon to add a page as a bookmark, or to add it to the home screen, now also accomodates printing.In Mail, if I wish to print, I need to tap the "reply" icon.In Pages, Numbers and keynote it's under the "settings" icon.Would it not have made more sense to use the existing "print" icon and put it on a toolbar?I've left the feedback here:http://www.apple.com/feedback/ipad.html Information : iOS 4.
When I sync my iPad to my iMac, I chose to sync the bookmarks as well. The problem is, only the main bookmarks sync, not the sub-folders that I use to catagorize my bookmarks. Anyone found a solution to this issue?
Information: Macbook 2.2 Ghz, iMac 2.4 Ghz, iPhone x2, Apple TV, and soon, iPad 32GB 3G Mac OS X (10.6.3)
I just bought my iPad2 a few days ago. IOS5 already installed. I am wondering how I can add the mutipages tab in safari. I see a lot of ipad2 videos with this tab. It's a tab that shows you all your open pages in small format so you have the option to close it. It's next to the bookmark tab in safari. Maybe my iPad doesn't have this feature.
I have been searching for a way to edit bookmarks and add instapaper but the latest version of Safari has no apparent edit function and I can't delete bookmarks (not the same as erase history) or add instapaper.