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I would use safari all the time, but it doesn't have tabbed browsing =(

Is there a theme that makes firefox look like safari? I haven't found one that is compatiable with the new firefox anywhere.
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Safari has tabs. Turn them on the preferences.
Get SafariBlock & Saft.
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SafariBlock is an InputManager plugin , designed to be an imitation of Firefox’s AdBlock extension. Adverts or frames are blocked via a context menu. While not as fully featured as PithHelmet, users may find this approach easier to configure.
Saft is just awesome. With these two plugins installed, I've been using Safari as my default browser again.
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Safari has tabs. Turn them on the preferences.
Just found that out, thanks! =)

I can't believe I'm going to say this, but I dont think I'll ever use firefox again lol I love Safari now!
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