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Hey guys,

was just wondering if it was possible to set safari to open more than one specific website in different tabs ever time you open the browser?

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Use Command-click to open a web page in a new tab.

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Not that I know of. I know you can with Firefox.
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CMD + T opens new TAB
Hold CMD while clicking link to open link in new tab
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i think what the OP is after is to have the whole thing save and be exactly the way he left it when he opens Safari again. That Safari does not do. Opera does and I believe FF3 does with a plugin.


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"open more than one specific website in different tabs every time you open the browser?"
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I think the OP wants to click on a web link and have the link open a page in a new tab. Command-click does that.

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