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Safari: How do I allow pop-ups for a given website?

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I need to allow pop-ups for a specific site.  I run Mountain Lion on a MacBook Pro.

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As far as I know, pop-ups on Safari, and most, if not all browsers, is a global setting for the browser. In Safari, it's set in the safari Preferences.
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Ok, then I will use this website on IE and I will post the question there. Thanks for the help.
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