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Safari Question - Sidebar and bookmarks


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Just a quick question about Safari...

Is there a way to have your bookmarks in the sidebar - similar to Firefox's option of View -> Sidebar -> Bookmarks?

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Check out SafariStand
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Thanks, I'll give that a spin!

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I don't think SafariStand has a bookmarks sidebar. It's just tabs with thumbnails.


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Yeah as far as I know, no, safari doesn't have the sidebar feature. Just a bookmark menu and topside toolbar.
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You can also use Safari Enhancer. The newest version is 3.3, but I can't find any site that still has an active download link up.


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