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Saft weirdness with tabs


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I'm using the latest versions of both Safari and Saft, but there's something very weird going on with the tab management. If I set safari to open new tabs with Top Sites, what happens after opening a new tab (cmd+t) is that the new tab opens in the background with an empty page, and that the current tab opens Top Sites. This is probably a bug in Saft but I can't find any bug report options on Hi Lao's site.
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It's more likely incompatiblity with Safari 5, which has only been out 5 days now. Someone on VersionTracker mentioned this same bug.


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