I am trying very hard to like/use Safari. I have been using Chrome and Firefox since I got my first MBP about 5 years ago. The new Safari (v8) that is included with Yosemite seems to be fast and fairly robust, but I am having problems getting into he work flow. I noticed that v8 finally implemented the DELETE key to go back a page, similar to the way Chrome and Firefox do. The ⌘] thing was massively annoying. And I have figured out how to open multiple browser pages when I launch Safari. Now the questions: Is there a way to add a SEARCH box to the tool bar? I know they implemented the universal box for both search and URL, but I prefer separate boxes - I often want to do a search without losing the page that I am currently viewing. Is there a way to force the opening of favorites/bookmarked pages in a new tab? Again, I dont want to lose the webpage that I am currently viewing. Firefox also has a setting to allow me to open search results in a new tab. Can I do that in Safari? As I said, this version of Safari is light years ahead of previous versions, but I am still struggling to be 100% comfortable with it.