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Select 'foldered' Safari bookmarks via the keyboard
Authored by: daeley on May 11, '04 12:01:17PM

You can also use the arrow keys to navigate the bookmarks, and space bar to select one.



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Select 'foldered' Safari bookmarks via the keyboard
Authored by: dj_feare on May 11, '04 12:13:46PM

To avoid the mouse entirely, enable "full keyboard access" in System Prefs. They you can type cmd-l or cmd-opt-f to get into the URL or search field. Now you can tab into the bookmark bar from there. Hit space-bar to open folders, arrows or letter keys to navigate lists (as mentioned), or esc to close a folder. Return activates a highlighted bookmark.



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Select 'foldered' Safari bookmarks via the keyboard
Authored by: miriedel on May 11, '04 03:26:15PM

To get the bookmark to open in a new tab just click the folder holding down command first then "use as directed"



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Select 'foldered' Safari bookmarks via the keyboard
Authored by: dmmorse on May 12, '04 02:42:02AM

When any folder in the bookmarks bar is selected, press option-space or shift-space to open all bookmarks within that folder, each in its own tab. This trick, however, only works on the top-level folders, and not on any sub-folder nor any individual bookmark within a top-level folder.

I suspect this is because command-click only works on the top-level folders as well.



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