Save Time – Use Tabs in Safari 3.1

TMO Quick Tip – Quick Tabs in Safari 3.1

Jeff Gamet provides a VERY handy tip:

Tabbed browsing can save lots of Desktop space if you like to keep several Web browser windows open at the same time. Safari makes it easy to make new browser tabs with its Command-T keyboard shortcut, but if you are using Safari 3.1, you can Double-click to create new tabs, too.

To create a new Safari tab with your mouse, just Double-click in the Tab Bar. Safari will create a new tab and automatically select it as your active browser window.

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(Via macobserver.com)

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