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Prevent unintentional scrolling while dragging in Safari
Authored by: davidm on Aug 26, '06 07:41:16PM
Another way to get around the autoscroll problem is to install the free SafariStand. Rob wrote it up here:
http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?story=20060104074227247&query=safaristand

Once SafariStand's sidebar is enabled, links dragged into it will open in a new tab without taking you away from the current tab. Dragging to the side instead of the top will prevent autoscrolling on most webpages.

Of course, this doesn't help you if you want to drag a link UP to the bookmarks bar, as I often do, so this hint is still a good one for me. But SafariStand does so many great things that I just had to mention it!


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