Apple has released Safari 5.0.1 which enables Extensions without entering Developer mode.
Safari Extensions customize the browser with features created by third-party developers.
This update also contains improvements to stability, accessibility and security, including the following:
â€¢ More accurate Top Hit results in the Address Field
â€¢ More accurate timing for CSS animations
â€¢ Better stability when using the Safari Reader keyboard shortcut
â€¢ Better stability when scrolling through MobileMe Mail
â€¢ Fixes display of multipage articles from www.rollingstone.com in Safari Reader
â€¢ Fixes an issue that prevented Safari from launching on Leopard systems with network home directories
â€¢ Fixes an issue that could cause borders on YouTube thumbnails to disappear when hovering over the thumbnail image
â€¢ Fixes an issue that could cause Flash content to overlap with other content on www.facebook.com, www.crateandbarrel.com, and other sites when using Flash 10.1
â€¢ Fixes an issue that prevented boarding passes from www.aa.com from printing correctly
â€¢ Fixes an issue that could cause DNS prefetching requests to overburden certain routers
â€¢ Fixes an issue that could cause VoiceOver to misidentify elements of webpages
â€¢ Security updates
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