) You can use Safari Enhancer (FREE) to simply check a box to "Remove Underlining of Links"... Otherwise I believe you would need to dig deep into the Resource files of Safari and edit some code. 2) In Safari.. Preferences --> General--" /> Mac Forums - View Single Post - a couple of Safari questions from a new switcher
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1) You can use Safari Enhancer (FREE) to simply check a box to "Remove Underlining of Links"... Otherwise I believe you would need to dig deep into the Resource files of Safari and edit some code.

2) In Safari.. Preferences --> General---> Choose Open links in "Current Window". If you have "Tabbed Browsing" enabled. It will show up as a new Tab in the same window. If you do NOT have tabbed browsing enabled it will just open up in the same window.

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