Keyword shortcuts for bookmarks in Safari??

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  1. duelingdragons macrumors 65816

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    In Firefox, I have Google bookmarked, and have a keyword establish, so if I type "GG" in my address bar, it would load the Google homepage.

    Is there a similar feature I can employ in Safari? I'm trying to use Safari full time, this is really the only thing I can't figure out.

    Thanks!
    =)
     
  2. psychofreak Retired

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    Personally I use Quicksilver which lets me type in the name of a Bookmark...I recommend QS for this and many other things :)
     
  3. iTim314 macrumors 6502

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    Well I know if you have any Bookmarks saved in your 'Bookmarks Bar' above the tabs, then CMD + (coordinating #) would open each bookmark with the exception of Folders.

    Ex: Lets say in your Bookmarks Bar, you have MacRumors, Google, Local Bank, and CNN.

    Hitting CMD + 2 would take you to Google, and CMD + 4 would take you to CNN.

    If you rearranged/added/removed the bookmarks, the numbers would just change to stay in numerical order.


    But as far as what you wanted, I don't think there is such a feature.
     

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