Safari Prairiefire
Safari Prairiefire
1.9.6.3.561

2.6

Safari Prairiefire free download for Mac

Safari Prairiefire

1.9.6.3.561
10 June 2015

Helps retire expired Safari bookmarks.

Overview

Safari Prairiefire helps retire old/expired bookmarks from within Safari. It displays Safari's bookmarks in a list, and determines if they point to dead and missing links. It can identify and help delete duplicates. Allows the user to delete any bookmarks without going to Safari. The user has full control over the process, can decide whether to scan through all bookmarks or a selection, and can also test individual bookmarks directly by launching them from the application. RSS feed URLs are supported.

What's new in Safari Prairiefire

Version 1.9.6.3.561:
  • Prairiefire extends the support for the latest version of Safari in OS X 10.10 Yosemite by fixing a rare issue where certain bookmarks could cause Safari Prairiefire to revert bookmarks to factory defaults.
  • This version also brings major user interface updates to windows, instructive dialogs and the menu bar and features a much requested re-worked progress bar..
  • This version is released as a free upgrade to all registered users and is recommended for all users. Special thanks to Hassan Agha for designing the new app icon.

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15 Safari Prairiefire Reviews

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bikerbob38
03 November 2012

Most helpful

Very disappointed. Think I just wasted my money. It is not terribly well designed, is very slow in Mt. Lion. I wrote once for help and then jogged the author's memory twice, over one month, regarding the fact that I had written for help. He promised to get back ASAP but never did. Save your $ and consider another application.
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Version 1.9.1.3.53
paulsrandall
23 November 2013
To add to the other's woes, I can't even get current version 1.9.5 (59) to register. I even purchased a new license thinking that my original purchase was quite old. All I got was the same serial number as I purchased in 2004. So, I would not recommend it at all.
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Version 1.9.5.3.59
2 answer(s)
Pedrobal
Pedrobal
01 February 2014
Paul, licenses don't expire so you old one is still valid. Please contact me (the dev) for a refund and instruction on how to apply your registration code to the newer version.
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paulsrandall
paulsrandall
02 February 2014
Safari Prairiefire started working for me again recently. Thanks for the reply, but there is no need for a refund. Thanks for continuing to support your application.
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paulsrandall
23 November 2013
To add to the other's woes, I can't even get current version 1.9.5 (59) to register. I even purchased a new license thinking that my original purchase was quite old. All I got was the same serial number as I purchased in 2004. So, I would not recommend it at all.
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Version 1.9.5.3.59
bikerbob38
03 November 2012
Very disappointed. Think I just wasted my money. It is not terribly well designed, is very slow in Mt. Lion. I wrote once for help and then jogged the author's memory twice, over one month, regarding the fact that I had written for help. He promised to get back ASAP but never did. Save your $ and consider another application.
Like (2)
Version 1.9.1.3.53
ffr
31 October 2012
Running OSX Lion (10.7.5) the "admin password" requirement for deleting duplicate bookmarks does not work. I am logged in as an administrative user AND I have enabled the "root" user, neither my password or the "root" user's password gets me past this authentication. Can't delete on 10.7.x??? something's broken.
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Version 1.9.1.3.53
dho
15 October 2012
Installed, SBBOD, deleted.
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Version 1.9.1.3.53
zo219
18 November 2011
Bookdog will do this. Easily. Sorry, dev.
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Version 1.6.0
1 answer(s)
Pedrobal
Pedrobal
14 March 2012
It does, and costs $22.95. Who's sorry?
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BiL-C
11 November 2011
download link is broken on both VT and the developer's site.
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Version 1.6.0
PorkPieHat
12 January 2011
The worst icon ever.
Like (1)
Version 1.5.0
1 answer(s)
Pedrobal
Pedrobal
14 January 2011
Hi, this is Peter Berglund at Balooba Software. I agree, please send us a better one. I we like it, we'll use it.
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Anonymous
01 June 2004
Have to agree with TexasSon. The problem IS NOT FIXED. I took the author's word that it was and paid my money, but when I tried to delete my unwanted bookmarks, it froze up. When I eventually opened Safari, all my bookmarks were gone. Thankfully it does make a back up, but I also wasted a couple of hours. 0.9.8 may be a somewhat optimistic name, as it doesn't seem nearly ready to reach the 1.0 status.
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Version 0.9.8
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
02 June 2004
Thanks for your comment! I am desperate to find anybody with this bug because neither I nor the betatesters can reproduce it since the upgrade to 0.9.8. Can you please email me? The email address is in the ReadMe file. /The developer
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Version 0.9.8
Anonymous
23 May 2004
I've lost my bookmarks with every version of this app. I've run the program exactly as suggested. Each time it completes checking my bookmarks list, I select the bookmarks that are no long valid, and attempt to delete them, per the developers instructions. My original bookmarks are saved in my documents folder, just as he said they would, so this is no problem. What IS a problem is the 4 hours wasted running the app, and then being left with all the undesirable bookmarks still in my original bookmarks (saved to documents), because after selecting all the undesirable bookmarks in the check boxes, the program begins to delete them, but freezes, giving me the Apple "watch" - from which I have to force quit the program (after waiting 25 minutes just to give it plenty of time to come out of what looks like a freeze). I love the idea of the app, have paid for it, and I suppose it's no big deal to loose the affordable $6 - but I Do mind losing so much of my time to this program. It is NOT ready for prime time. I know, because I am a tech, who gets paid to trouble shoot program like this all day. And yes, I've tried it on more than one Mac, and trouble shot it to death! I'm not mad at the developer-just frustrated.
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Version 0.9.7