Glims - bring safari up to Firefox's standards

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by sharky05, Jul 24, 2008.

  1. sharky05 macrumors regular

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    Have to mention this cool app to people on MacRumors:
    Glims is a quick little app that lets you customise safari and add features so you can have a more firefox-like control over it:

    My fave features:
    -Adds thumbnails to Google.com search results
    -Adds search engines to the default Google search tab
    -Adds full-screen browsing capability
    -Adds Favicons to tab labels
    -Undo "Close Tab" (cmd-z)
    -Re-opens last session when Safari starts

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    my major fustration with safari was not being able to use google.co.uk but this lets me use it along with wikipedia, amazon etc. Plus, the cmd-z feature is really handy.

    All of these individual features are easily toggled.I found this on iusethis, and it only has 16 users atm.
     
  2. reclusivemonkey macrumors 6502

    reclusivemonkey

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    Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire, UK
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    Looks pretty neat. I'm going to try it just on the basis of being able to add search engines to the google default; that's probably the biggest frustration I have with Safari. How have you found it to be for stability?

    A link would have been nice BTW ;-)

    http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/27708/glims
     

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