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Hi there,

I'm a newbie Mac user running Safari 1.2 and tab browsing is great. There's just one thing: when a website uses target=_blank, it automatically opens a new window and I'd like Safari to open a tab instead. Using Mozilla Firefox, you can either a) customize the browser to ignore the target_blank command and not open a new window at all, or b) you can use an extension to get it open as a new tab instead. Is there any way where I can do either one of these things in Safari? Thanks.
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