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In Safari, when I open a page or bookmark I want each to have its own tab across the top of the screen. I have tabs activated but each page or web address (manual or thru bookmarks) opens on the same tab. So multiple web sires shouyld each have their own tab...

How do I set up preferences for this? I tried Safari Help but it takes forever to open (like 30+ minutes...a seperate issue all together).

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Open Safari Preferences and click the "Tabs" pane.

There are only 3-4 choices, but I'm not sure if it will do what you want.

Alternatively, you could just hold down Command (the apple button) while clicking a bookmark. This will open it in a new tab.

I try to Command+Shift+/ when I can.
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Hmmm, says you have a Powerbook, which makes that a bit trickier. With the plain ole MS I have on mine, clicking on a link with the wheel will open the link in a tab instead of a new window. Alternatively, holding the apple key while clicking on a link will also open the link in a new tab.

Necessary settings:

Safari Preferences


System Preferences/Universal Access

Check "Enable access for assistive devices"

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