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Safari shows blue dot below Dock icon though it's not in process table
Safari is running according to the Dock (icon has dot below it, and right-click shows "Force Quit"); however Activity Monitor doesn't show it and ps -ef | grep -i saf returns nothing. Relaunching the Dock does nothing. Safari won't open a window, nor will it quit.
Is there anything I can do to repair this short of restarting?
I ran into a problem with Safari. It froze. So I tried Force Quit.
It seemed to work (blue dot below Dock icon disappeared). I clicked the icon to restart Safari. It bounced. A couple minutes later, I noticed it still bouncing. I right clicked and Force Quit again.
I clicked Safari and nothing happened. The blue dot did not appear below the icon. I right clicked and saw a "Force Quit" option — even though Safari was not running, and there was no blue dot.
I relaunched the Dock. (Using TinkerTool's button for that purpose.) The blue dot reappeared under the Safari icon, but clicking the icon didn't accomplis