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FA:OSX / Safari v73

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Dan Shafer
04-17-2003
09:18 PM ET (US)
My bad. Mozilla and Camino tab browsing supports saving multiple tabs as a single bookmark. As far as I can tell, Safari doesn't, at least not in this release.
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Dan Shafer
04-17-2003
08:18 PM ET (US)
One thing I've been waiting for is for one of the tabbed browser creators to recognize that if I have a window full of five or six tabs, all active, and I close the window when I really intended only to close the currently visible tab, I get really annoyed with myself!

A confirmer for a window-close event if there are multiple tabs seems like it shouldn't be too hard.

And a tip. You can save a collection of tabbed windows as a single bookmark. Very handy. I have three sets of them for different roles I play on the Web.
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mfein
04-16-2003
11:14 AM ET (US)
I'd like to have a way of turning off underlining of links. It's visual junk, IMO.
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pbxPerson was signed in when posted
04-15-2003
08:56 PM ET (US)
One other simple thing about Camino that I miss is being able to resize a window to full-screen with a single click on the green dot. Apple has an Applescript that will do this on their Safari scripting page. They also have a script which will combine all open windows into one tabbed window, which I suppose is better than nothing as a workaround for my problem with opening HTML documents.

  http://www.apple.com/applescript/safari/
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Phil Ulrich
04-14-2003
01:25 PM ET (US)
I'm not a big fan of the persistant tab bar when I only have one tab, so it peeves me a little bit that in order to stop Safari from shrinking my window upwards when I close all tabs but one I have to have the persistant tab bar.

And acronym and abbr tags are still handled incorrectly, and it still doesn't work so well with cookies with no path, and...
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pbxPerson was signed in when posted
04-14-2003
12:06 PM ET (US)
Cool. Thanks, Steve!

Looks like it always opens HTML documents in a new window rather than a tab, though. Unless you have an empty tab in the current window, in which case it will use that.
Edited 04-14-2003 12:11 PM
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Steve Ivy
04-14-2003
11:58 AM ET (US)
Paul,

Selecting the "Open Links From Other Applications: In Current Window" option under the General Prefs defaults to opening a new tab in that window.

--Steve
http://www.redmonk.net/monkinetic

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