Safari: Tabbed Browsing?

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  1. dalvin200 macrumors 68040

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    I was under the impression that you could use tabbed browsing in Safari out of the box..

    I can't see any optin for this, and after a bit of searching on the forum/web can only find info about installing AppleScripts or Safari Plug-Ins to achieve this.

    If so, which solution is best and easy? Anything up to par with Firefox's tabbed browsing and the TabMix Plus extension?

    Thanks
     
  2. mad jew Moderator emeritus

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    Is it enabled in the Tabs pane of Safari's Preferences? :)
     
  3. Benjamindaines macrumors 68030

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    In safari's preferences.
     

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  4. dalvin200 thread starter macrumors 68040

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  5. gauchogolfer macrumors 603

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    Congrats on the new iMac!
    I must say I'm a bit jealous. Enjoy it!

    (and read the menus more closely :))
     
  6. dalvin200 thread starter macrumors 68040

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    i think it must be all the excitement trying to get a much working as set up as i could in a short space of time..

    i think the answer is to relax and enjoy and take my time :)
     
  7. discoforce macrumors 6502a

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    When I made the switch I ran into quite a few problems (e.g., burning CDs, installing software), that really bugged me at first. However, every time I found the solution I realized that it always seemed to be the most intuitive, and I had overlooked it because I was used to having to come up with complicated/creative solutions in windows.

    So my bit of advice is this: When you get stuck, sit back for a second and try to think of what the *easiest* answer might be. It won't always be right, but it's been right enough of the time that it always brings a smile to my face.

    Enjoy the iMac!
     

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