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    Safari in Leopard
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    Safari in Leopard
    I was just wondering, will there be any change in Safari with Leopard? There's nothing on the Leopard sneak peek about it, but I wasnt sure if that meant it would stay the same.
    Life is a game, whoever has the most money at the end wins.

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    Safari in Leopard
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    Yes, there are a few changes. It's up to version 3.0 in Leopard.

    Most changes you won't notice, but there are a few big ones like WebClip and the new "Find" feature (rather than just highlight the word in blue it shadows everything but the word you searched).
    I try to Command+Shift+/ when I can.
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    Safari in Leopard
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    wow, thanks, that Find feature sounds pretty good.
    Life is a game, whoever has the most money at the end wins.

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    Safari in Leopard
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    Also new: Tabs are draggable and 'tearable', so you can tear a tab off and make it into its own window. You can also see a preview of a tab by hovering over it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aptmunich View Post
    Also new: Tabs are draggable and 'tearable', so you can tear a tab off and make it into its own window. You can also see a preview of a tab by hovering over it.
    Tearable sounds like an awesome feature.
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    Safari in Leopard

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    What about a favorite cookie check box? That would be cool.

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    Safari in Leopard
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    ...sounds like SafariPlus CrossBones!! :dive:
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    Safari in Leopard

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac57 View Post
    ...sounds like SafariPlus CrossBones!! :dive:
    Yeah but it would be cool to have it built in. Anyway thanks to YOU I have Safari Plus and I love it. Best thing since sliced bread.

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    Safari in Leopard
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    what's Safari Plus?
    Life is a game, whoever has the most money at the end wins.

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    Safari in Leopard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Specialk51288 View Post
    what's Safari Plus?
    Check it out here. It's great for being able to designated cookies as "favorites" and then hit a button and remove all other cookies...few other features too.

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    Safari in Leopard
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    thanks, I d/led it, its pretty cool...now I don't have to worry about my fav sites lagging...
    Life is a game, whoever has the most money at the end wins.

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    Safari in Leopard
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    cookies have nothing to do with lag. Cookies are what sites use to recognize you settings for some stuff, you password and username, if you want to stary logged in, that kind of stuff.
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