|Sep 4, 2009, 10:24 AM||#1|
Safari - Save ALL tabs on exit/crash?
I'm getting sick of firefox being laggy/crashing/slow scrolling so I've switched to safari.
I LOVE it. Its smooth, fast, lightweight, and just works. I just have one problem with it: I hate that if it gets closed/crashes it doesn't save my tabs like firefox/IE does. Is there anyway around this? This would completely seal the deal for me!
(Also one other small thing - is it possible to search from the address bar? I know the google box is right next to it but just wondering)
Thanks so much...you guys are always so helpful!!
|Sep 4, 2009, 01:04 PM||#3|
Wow, glims is a dream come true! It does what I wanted and more!!
- choose which search engine google bar uses
- recover tabs on start
- search from address bar
- open new links in tabs always (right click > open in tab gets quite old)
- auto close downloads window (yes!!)
This is a safar must-have...thanks dude!
|Sep 4, 2009, 01:16 PM||#4|
Is Glims an InputManager? If so, it won't work in SL unless you want to run Safari in 32-bit mode.
Safari already has an auto-session save feature. History menu -> "Reopen All Windows from Last Session". Works if you accidentally close the window, quit Safari, or it crashes.
You can use Cmd Opt F to put the cursor right in the Google search box.
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