Safari Tabs


xUKHCx

Administrator emeritus
Jan 15, 2006
12,045
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The Kop
I would uncheck the option to "open safe files after downloading", as there are some security issues involving that option.
 

siurpeeman

macrumors 603
Dec 2, 2006
6,313
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the OC
the option to open links in a new tab under the same window applies to links you find in apps other than safari, like ichat or mail. i don't know of any way to do this within safari without downloading anything. :eek:
 

pengu

macrumors 6502a
Mar 20, 2005
581
0
Diddily Daddily...
just to make it interesting, i'd skip inquisitor and get AcidSearch. oh and if you dont want to install safari stand, command-click (wheel button click on my mouse) will open a link in a new tab (when u have tabs enabled)
 

psychofreak

Retired
May 16, 2006
9,077
4
London
just to make it interesting, i'd skip inquisitor and get AcidSearch. oh and if you dont want to install safari stand, command-click (wheel button click on my mouse) will open a link in a new tab (when u have tabs enabled)
AcidSearch, peh!

CMD+Click is all well and good when you expect a new window to be opened. But what about when you're on a website you've never visited and don't expect a new irritating window to be opened. A problem SafariStand solves :)
 

pengu

macrumors 6502a
Mar 20, 2005
581
0
Diddily Daddily...
AcidSearch, peh!

CMD+Click is all well and good when you expect a new window to be opened. But what about when you're on a website you've never visited and don't expect a new irritating window to be opened. A problem SafariStand solves :)
you can suggest inquisitor when it supports searching multiple sites

turn the statusbar on, it shows when a new window will open in a new window (and where it will go)
 

psychofreak

Retired
May 16, 2006
9,077
4
London
turn the statusbar on, it shows when a new window will open in a new window (and where it will go)
I never really want a window anyway, SafariStand saves time. Also I need the screen real estate on my macbook (Adium, Dock and Menubar on autohide) :)