Use Safari Prairiefire for weeding in Safari's bookmarks jungle. Isn't it time to retire all those bookmarks that expired months ago? Too many bookmarks just make things sluggish. Going through bookmarks is a process so tedious that it is rarely done. This application displays Safari's bookmarks in an iTunes-like list, and determines if they point to dead and missing links. View bookmarks by name, URL, but also on type of problem with the link. Bookmarks can be deleted or corrected without going to Safari. The user has full control over the process, can decide to scan through all bookmarks or a selection, and can also test individual bookmarks directly by launching them from the application. Bookmarks can be renamed and edited. Support for proxies, RSS feeds, and runs on Panther, Tiger, and Leopard.
What is new in this release:
Version 1.9.7 of Safari Prairiefire extends the support for the latest version of Safari in mac OS 10.12 Sierra and fixes several instances of the rare issue where certain bookmarks could cause Safari Prairiefire to revert bookmarks to factory defaults. This version is released as a free upgrade to all registered users and is recommended for all users.
What is new in version 184.108.40.206.59:
Version 1.9.4 of Safari Prairiefire brings support for Mac computers with retina display. In addition, this version will run under Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks using the factory default security settings. Version 1.9.5 also brings a number of UI updates and The new version is released as a free upgrade to all registered users and is recommfixes. ended for users with either a retina display or Mavericks users that would like to run Safari Prairiefire wihtout having to change the default settings in the Security Preference Panel to allow other applications that those distributed by identified developers.