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Guys, if i have several windows open in safari, how can i swiftly switch between them all?

Many thanks, Ben.

oh i don't want to change to firefox etc, so don't feed me the "download firefox from here" reply lol. I just switched and need to master the things that are here before i get new software.
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Exposé is your friend, my friend.

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Type the F10 key, and Exposé instantly tiles all of your open (whatever app you're currently using) windows while causing all of the open windows of other applications to fade to a delightful shade of grey.
Edit: You can even do this quicker by making F10 a "hot Corner" so you just use the mouse to switch apps...
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Wouldn't it be easier to have several tabs open LostDog4? Command+Shift+Left/Right Arrows ...
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I don't use Safari so don't know about tabs etc. but he's right that would be easier. Seriously, he knows his stuff.
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You can either use Tabs, or to switch between windows within the same program, use Apple + ~ (that's the tilde sign above the Tab key).
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Thanks guys, thats exactly what i was after.

Brief and to the point, Thanks!
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