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How can MacOSX 10.9.1 Safari tabs be used to merge two single tabbed windows?

Trying to come up with a complete picture as to how to use these new Displays and Spaces, especially with some of the Applications which supposedly were designed to utilize this new paradigm. Noticed ...
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Safari - open tab in last position

I'm using Safari 6.0.5 on Mac OS X 10.8.4. Is it possible to configure Safari so that new tabs are opened not next to the current tab but at the end? Something similar to the Firefox option ...
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Is there a way to make Safari open a bookmark in a new tab automatically without a keystroke?

The only way I can see to open the selected bookmark in a new tab is with a keystroke (control-click, or control-shift-click). I'd like to set Safari to automatically open a selected bookmark in a new ...
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1answer
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Safari: how to re-open MULTIPLE previously closed tabs?

CMD + Z in Safari (6.0.1) will re-open the last closed tab. Is there any way to re-open multiple previously closed tabs (as in, say, Chrome)? A closely related question from 2011: Are there any ...
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1answer
551 views

Is it possible in Safari (OSX) to open multiple/selected hyperlinks at once?

I'm looking for an extension capable of opening multiple hyperlinks at once in tabs. I don't want to configure Safari to open in tabs any hyperlink clicked. I wan't to select one or multiple ...
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How to prevent/close duplicate tabs in Safari?

I have an extension for Firefox, "Close Repeated Tabs", and one for Chrome called "Tab Dupectomy"... but I really use Safari the most, and often have HUNDREDS of tabs open. I am desperate for a way ...
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Are there any extensions or tricks to reopen several closed tabs in Safari

I know Safari 5 (on Mac) allows undoing of a recently closed tab with Cmd-Z. However, that works only for the very last closed tab. That is, I cannot press Cmd-Z twice to reopen the last two closed ...
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How to make Safari open all tabs in previous session?

Is it possible to make safari to open all tabs of previous session? (Currently using the latest Safari 5 on Windows Vista)
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How to move a tab back to the parent Window in Safari 5.0?

I dragged a new tab out to create a window. Now how do I re-merge it with the previous window? There seems to be no way of doing it. (Except create a new dummy tab, drag this one to the previous ...
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3answers
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Anyway to enable middle click to close a tab in Safari 5?

The start up speed of the new Safari 5 has convinced me to switch to it from Chrome. The only annoyance I have is that I am unable to close a tab by simply middle-clicking on it (which works in ...
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2answers
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Open multiple Safari tabs from the command line on Mac OS X

I'm currently using this simple command to open web sites from the command line: open http://example.com but when I open two, even doing open http://example.com http://example.org they open in ...
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Open new tab in Safari settings

How can I make Safari open new tabs next to the current like in Google Chrome?
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2answers
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Firefox submit form into new tab?

In Safari, if you command-click (Mac) or Control-click (windows) a form submit button, the form submits to a new tab, just as if you command/control-clicked a link. Is there any way to replicate this ...
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How can I get Safari 4 on OS X to always show the tab bar?

I just installed Mac OS X Snow Leopard from scratch on my MacBook. While I'm generally a fan of Firefox, I'm taking this opportunity to give Safari another honest try. So, I would like to get Safari ...
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2answers
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Make Safari open new links in existing windows as a tab, rather than a new window

When using NewsFire for checking my feeds and I click the title to read the full article, it opens it in a new window in the background in Safari. How can I make it open the articles in a new tab in ...