Hi, I'm looking for a way to configure Ctrl+Tab --or any other simple two-key combination-- to toggle back and forth between two specific tabs (of the several I may have open) of a Safari window, and that those tabs don't have to be right next to each other of those open Safari tabs. My system: Mavericks 10.9.1 Mac Mini Processor 2.6 GHz Intel Core i7 Memory 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 500 GB Solid State Drive Software OS X 10.9.1 (13B42) Safari Version 7.0.1 (9537.73.11) In windows machines, I can configure Ctrl-tab to toggle between two tabs by: mouse-clicking on the one tab mouse-clicking on the other tab I can then use Ctrl+tab to toggle between these two tabs, even though I have several tabs open in between these two, specific, tabs. This makes it easy to toggle between these two tabs. I don't have to change my fingering (they stay on the Ctrl and Tab keys), or do any mousing, thus leaving the keyboard. Totally simple keyboard action. I know about Ctrl+tab and Ctrl+Shift+tab that is currently standard in Macs. But this involves going between using 2 keys, then 3 keys, then back again, and Ctrl+Shift+Tab is tough to do with your left hand. You have to change between: using your left thumb on the Ctrl key + left index on the Tab key to, left thumb on Ctrl key + left index finger on left-shift + middle finger on Tab and then back again. And, these two tabs have to be right next to each other, of the open tabs in Safari, for even this awkward fingering switching to work. So I'm looking for an app, or a way to customize my keyboard and/or Mac, to have Ctrl-tab --or any other simple two-key combination-- behave like it can on a pc, which is, to toggle between two specific open tabs in Safari that are not right next to each other in the Safari window. Many thanks!