Safari on the Mac logs me out of Merus every time I open a PDF
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Safari has its own PDF reader, but it's trying to use a different version installed on the Mac. In order to prevent this, you can move the plugin named "AdobePDFViewer.plugin" out of the Internet Plug-ins folder. Once you've done this, Safari should use its native PDF reader, thus solving the problem.
To find Adobe.PDFViewer.plugin, open your hard drive (it may be on your desktop; if not, use the finder or the spotlight tool in the upper-right hand corner of the screen). In your hard drive you'll find the Library folder:
In the library folder you'll find a folder labeled Internet Plug-ins.
In that folder is an item named "AdobePDFViewer.plugin."
Move this item out of the Internet Plug-ins folder. When you have done this, restart Safari. You should now be able to view PDFs without any problem.