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10.4: Command-drag to modify Safari 1.3 toolbar Apps
Tiger only hintIt appears with the customizable menu bar in Safari for Tiger, you can command-drag the items around in the toolbar in order to customize it. Just like toolbars in other apps, you'll see a nice sliding animation as you drag things around. Although when you pull items off of the toolbar and let go, they disappear in the puff animation, but they don't have the 'puff indicator' as do Dock icons in similar situations.

[robg adds: In prior versions of Safari, I believe you had to have the Customize window open to rearrange the toolbar; now you can rearrange and modify without opening that sheet first.]
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10.4: Command-drag to modify Safari 1.3 toolbar
Authored by: shadownight on Jun 21, '05 11:27:08AM

In Pather, there isn't a customize window, you have to customize the toolbar by going into View->Address Bar, and below you can check and uncheck the options (Back/Forward, Home, Autofill, etc.)



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10.4: Command-drag to modify Safari 1.3 toolbar
Authored by: eirich on Jun 21, '05 01:51:13PM

I don't mind either method, but I liked that one could choose whether or not to use the Google search bar. I have a plugin to allow me to use shortcuts in the Address bar so all i have to do is type in "ggl" plus whatever I'm looking for and I am directected to the google page with my search request. I've become quite fast and comfortable at this and therefore don't use the Google search bar at all, but it is now connected to the Address bar in the customize menu and cannot be seperated in Tiger.



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10.4: Command-drag to modify Safari 1.3 toolbar
Authored by: qwerty denzel on Jun 21, '05 11:28:51PM

I thought Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger had Safari 2.0, not 1.3. Safari 1.3 and earlier doesn't have a real toolbar (NSToolbar).



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