Detox Safari Extension
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Automatically expand shortened t.co links.   Free
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Detox Safari Extension automatically expands shortened t.co links on the Twitter site.

Ever wonder why links you find via Twitter don't show up in your browser history and aren't suggested by autocomplete in the url bar? The t.co link shortener serves known browser user agents an HTML page containing a JavaScript or meta refresh redirect (instead of the standard Location header) so that Twitter can stake itself out as the referrer when coming from third-party clients. This confuses Safari.

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What's New
Version 1.2.3:
  • Updated address changes in Google’s markup. No longer relies on a class name so it should be more future proof.
Requirements
  • Intel/PPC
  • OS X 10.7 or later
  • Safari 5 or later






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+8

Panpagan rated on 10 Feb 2012

[Version 1.1]


Downloads:455
Version Downloads:138
Type:Internet : Plug-ins
License:Free
Date:21 Oct 2013
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Detox Safari Extension automatically expands shortened t.co links on the Twitter site.

Ever wonder why links you find via Twitter don't show up in your browser history and aren't suggested by autocomplete in the url bar? The t.co link shortener serves known browser user agents an HTML page containing a JavaScript or meta refresh redirect (instead of the standard Location header) so that Twitter can stake itself out as the referrer when coming from third-party clients. This confuses Safari.

Stats are cool and all but only when they don't break the experience for your users.


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