Is there a way to save Safari tabs on quit without plugins?

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  1. yalag macrumors 65816

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    Is there a way to save Safari tabs on quit without plugins? It seems like such a basic feature how can safari not have this? :( It's the only reason why I can't switch to Safari as my main browser. I don't want to use plugin because they always break after new versions :(
     
  2. gr8tfly macrumors 603

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    History > Reopen All Windows from Last Session

    If you had tabs before you quit, they will be restored.
     
  3. Zerozal macrumors 6502

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    The tabs save automatically. After you quit Safari, reopen and and chose History-->Reopen All Windows from Last Session.
     
  4. yalag thread starter macrumors 65816

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    Can't seem to find that option in the menu, here is my menu after I relaunch safari
     

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  6. yalag thread starter macrumors 65816

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    ah sorry, is there a way to open them by default?
     
  7. Vster macrumors 6502

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    Sweet I never new about that, thanks :D
     
  8. Zerozal macrumors 6502

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    Nope, not that I know of. That is something I missed after switching from Firefox, but Safari, IMHO, is much better in other ways, so I just put up with that 1 extra step to reopen all the tabs.
     
  9. yalag thread starter macrumors 65816

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    is there a way to set application specific keyboard shortcut in snow leopard for menu items?
     
  10. darbyclash34 macrumors regular

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    I'm only just getting into these applications, but couldn't you make an automator or applescript whose sole purpose was to launch Safari, and then apply that function, and just use that script to open safari? Seems like a pain for something so easily done by Apple, but I think it would work.
     
  11. TwoBytes macrumors 68020

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    there is a plugin called SAFT that does exactly this! its great
     

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