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clicking a link opens a new window
command+click opens link in new tab in current window

in safari, can you set it so click a link opens a new tab in current window?
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configure Safari so that a link will automatically open a new tab

From Terminal:
defaults write com.apple.Safari TargetedClicksCreateTabs -bool true

Kill Safari (cmd-quit) and relaunch. It should now open new links in new tabs

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alright so i'm assuming this is way too much to ask but is there a list of common code out there for terminal? i never learned to program anything and if it wasn't for this forum i would have never known that, since there's no option to do it in safari>preferences, heh.
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oh and by the way it works, as i'm sure you knew..

time to google the shiiieeet out of terminal
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