Safari, free Web browser from Apple, suffers from a very short request timeout - 60 seconds. Some database-driven report pages and others fail to load because of that timeout. SafariNoTimeout is a haxie that allows you to change the connection request timeout in Safari to a different value (by default it sets it to 10 minutes). This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.
What's new in this version: This version is the first release on CNET Download.com
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"Perhaps I misunderstood the purpose of this program"
Version: SafariNoTimeout 1.1
Installed and uninstalled quickly.
Didn't work for me.
I apparently never experienced the specific problem this program was designed to cure.
It did not solve the problem I was hoping to cure - intermittently dropping a DNS connection, while maintaining a strong wireless signal (while using Safari).
I saw no difference, with or without SafariNoTimeout, so I've uninstalled it from my system.