Filed under: Apple, Browsers
As soon as Safari 5 was released and support for 3rd-party extensions was announced, users began wondering just how long it would take for many of their favorite Google Chrome and Firefox add-ons to be ported. If you've been waiting for the awesome secure password and form fill tool LastPass, good news — the Safari 5 extension is ready to rock.
Once you've installed the LastPass extension and logged in, you can slide the toolbar into view by clicking the LastPass icon on your Safari 5 toolbar. The core functions are all working well — accessing your vault, generating secure passwords, etc. — but I did experience occasional funkiness when opening favorite sites. I'm not sure whether that's Safari 5 at work or the LastPass extension, but whatever the case may be it won't prevent you from getting things done.
Remember, you must have extensions enabled in Safari 5 to be able to install LastPass (or anything else, for that matter). Here's how to enable extensions in Safari 5 on Mac and Windows computers!
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Fuente: Download Squad