It is an objective fact that the Beach Boys are one of the 5 most overrated bands of all time, however, that discussion will have to wait for another time & place...
It is fun when you can still do something slightly interesting with .plist modification. To wit: a thing for the customizing the toolbar in Safari. I am not going to make a script, I'll leave that to you, but, here are the raw ingredients:
1. crntusr=$(stat -f %Su /dev/console) 2. sudo -u "$crntusr" defaults read /System/Volumes/Data/Users/"$crntusr"/Library/Containers/com.apple.Safari/Data/Library/Preferences/com.apple.Safari.plist 'NSToolbar Configuration BrowserStandaloneTabBarToolbarIdentifier' 3. sudo pkill -ail Safari 4. sudo -u "$crntusr" /usr/libexec/PlistBuddy -c "add 'NSToolbar Configuration BrowserStandaloneTabBarToolbarIdentifier':'TB Item Identifiers':4 string HomeToolbarIdentifier" /System/Volumes/Data/Users/"$crntusr"/Library/Containers/com.apple.Safari/Data/Library/Preferences/com.apple.Safari.plist 5. open /System/Applications/Safari.app
1. current user (however you get that...) because Safari preferences are in the user domain
2. read the .plist with defaults (you can also read it with PlistBuddy)
3. make sure Safari is not running when this change is made
4. The PlistBuddy syntax (as always) is a little challenging, but, what's happening is:
5. open Safari & marvel at how computers work...