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10.7: Another use for the Reading Lists
Authored by: stableos on Sep 19, '11 11:42:07AM

I have started using reading list frequently for queuing up lots of pages to read instead of having tons of tabs open. I find it cleaner and easier to find the page I want later. I got tired of the "Add to reading list" secondary click. It's the last item on the list and I can't figure how to make it the first item. A quick method is to control click a link - it adds that page to the list with a nice animation to boot.



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10.7: Another use for the Reading Lists
Authored by: Tripp on Sep 20, '11 11:22:08AM

The shortcut for adding to the reading list is command+shift+d.
This adds the page to the list without ever opening the list.



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10.7: Another use for the Reading Lists
Authored by: Tripp on Sep 20, '11 11:29:16AM

Another thought is that this does not seem like a 10.7 Hint.
It is a Safari 5 Hint as the Reader works just fine in 10.6.8.



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10.7: Another use for the Reading Lists
Authored by: crarko on Sep 21, '11 05:12:47AM

Good point. I've changed the title to reflect that.

Craig A.



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10.7: Another use for the Reading Lists
Authored by: Scottie on Dec 29, '11 09:10:48AM

It's actually shift click that will animate to the glasses button (reading list) and drop a link in reading list. ctrl click just brings up the contextual menu on Mac OS X. cmd click will animate to the download button and download the link.



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