Safari Navigation Tab

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  1. jota73 macrumors 6502

    jota73

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    Does anyone knows how can I have by default the navitation tab in safari? I mean when I open safari I do not see them, I have to open a new tab ot click cmd +t....I remember I could see the tabs whether I am navigating using one tab, two, three, or any number...
     
  2. MurphyM macrumors 6502

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    You can't do this.

    Your best bet might be a auto-click folder with bookmarks in it. A single click will open those bookmarks in tabs. not exactly what you want though.

    I looked to see if there was a bookmarklet that would handle this, and didn't see anything.

    I also looked at saft. it mentions multiple tab bookmarks but that doesn't mean you could set that as your start page.

    applescript might be your best bet if saft doesn't do it.
     
  3. quotemeas macrumors regular

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    May 28, 2008
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    MacPilot

    Download the trial for MacPilot:
    Link Here
    Install.
    Open program and go through the small setup.
    Now, u should see the sidebar on the right and Safari listed.
    Click on Safari.
    Scroll down in the box on the right and find Always Show Tab Bar.
    Check the box, click OK.

    Done.

    This is a terminal command, so you can probably Google the code if you are comfortable using Terminal.
     

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