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Enabling Cookies in Safari, Lynx, and More

Follow the steps below to enable the cookies needed for personalization of timeanddate.com

Safari

  1. Click on the Safari-menu in Safari.
  2. Click on the Preferences... item in the menu - a new window opens.
  3. Click on the Security icon near the top of the window.
  4. Under Accept Cookies the Always or Only from sites you navigate to must be selected.
  5. Save changes by clicking Ok and go to one of the configuration pages again.

Lynx

  1. Press O for Options.
  2. Look for General Preferences and Cookies (!).
  3. Set it to either ask user or accept all (more convenient).
  4. Save changes by selecting Accept Changes and go to one of the configuration pages again.

Konqueror

  1. Click on the Settings-menu in Konqueror.
  2. Click on the Configure Konqueror... item in the menu - a new window opens.
  3. Click on Cookies on the left side (you might have to scroll first).
  4. Set Accept all cookies by default.
  5. Save changes by clicking Ok and go to one of the configuration pages again.

In This Article

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Cookies

  1. Troubleshoot Cookies
  2. Enabling Cookies in Internet Explorer
  3. Enabling Cookies in Mozilla/Firefox
  4. Enabling Cookies in Chrome
  5. Enabling Cookies in Safari
  6. Enabling Cookies in Opera
  7. Enabling Cookies in Netscape
  8. Enabling Cookies in Safari, Lynx, and More
  9. What Cookies We Use, and Why

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