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Right-click Safari 4's window title to see site hierarchy
Authored by: MJCube on Sep 20, '09 10:14:05PM
I'm glad to be reminded of this today, as I search for things related to Command-click in Safari. In Safari 4 beta, along with experimentation with tabs on top, came a subtle change to this that makes it more logically consistent, but less convenient for me: Now holding the Command key as you choose another directory in the hierarchy loads that page in a new tab (more precisely, it follows whatever way you have Prefs > Tabs set). In order to load a higher-up page without making a new tab, I learned to release the Command key before the mouse button. But this right-click (or, for me, double-tap on my trackpad) is better all around.

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