The title says it all. While, yes, Safari can display PDFs, there is no easy way to scale the pages. There is no toolbar to do it, and standard Command-+ keyboard shortcut does not work! Most pages will show up tiny, and scaling them up to visible size takes at least 2-4 trips to the context menu. Since I read a lot of PDFs, it simply drives me nuts. As I have explained, I know of the existence of the context menu, but I don't want to go into it 4 times, and I don't want to open the PDFs in Preview. I have a MacBook Pro, so the well-known ShubertIT PDF plugin is not an option - it does not work at all on Intel Macs. I have been using this plugin on my PPC macs, and really liked it, but, alas, it is not usable any more... Acrobat/Adobe Reader is also not an option - I would rather have a root canal done than run either one on OS X, let alone under Rosetta (for those not in the know, both apps are slow and buggy with a prejudice). So, a question to everyone: is there any other plugin in existence that will allow me to view PDFs in Safari and keep my peace of mind? Is there any way to fix the default viewer (it is not bad, but how hard could it have been to enable the keyboard shortcuts in it, or even add the toolbar)?