Find the Key named Safari and look for MaxBundleVersion underneath. You will see 5528.1 as the maximum version. Change that to 5528.16, save and quit. Now you can reenable Safari from the 1Password preferences and then start Safari 4 and add the button to the toolbar.
Everything is back to normal, but so much speedier. The only thing left to revert is the non-informative grey spinning ball that has unfortunately replaced the blue progress bar which detailed the page load rather nicely. Are we at 25%…? 50%…? Nobody knows! It’s a guessing game from now on.
Update: The blue progress bar returns! Here’s how. Fire up Terminal, type in the following:
$ defaults write com.apple.Safari DebugSafari4IncludeToolbarRedesign -bool NO
$ defaults write com.apple.Safari DebugSafari4LoadProgressStyle -bool NO
that tomorrow night I actually get to chill.
that Sprout has an easier time paying attention in Tae Kwon Do tomorrow.
that the dollar gains on the Euro before Mar 12th.
that I get some itinerary stuff hammered out tomorrow.
that Windows 7 is sold at a reasonable price. I can’t wait to install it on my iMac.
that my stocks see some green tomorrow.
that I don’t regret not going to Mardi Gras this Saturday. I’m too damn old for that shit.
that I stay Alsome.