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Hi - Im a new mac user. 2 questions:

1. When browsing the internet using safari, images are automatically resized to fit the browser window. You are then given the option to zoom to the full image size. How do I turn the resizing off? I do not want images to automatically resize to fit the window.

2. Are there shortcut keys to automatically switch between safari sessions? If I have 4 open, are there keys that I can press to toggle between them? Command-Tab toggles between applications, but not safari sessions..

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Hey chilli welcome ... The resizing has passed me by atm cant for the life of me pick it out of the ole grey matter ...
But to toggle the tabs use this shortcut ..

cmd~shift~L/R Arrow

And for a full list of Safari shortcuts have a look HERE.
Worth copying and making a sticky on your desktop until you get accustomed to them :)

Hope it helps and someone will chime in with the resizing :)

Enjoy your new Mac

Cheers

EDIT : have a look at SafariGaurdian, as this might help with resizing ...
Dont take it as gospel though :)
 

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To switch between windows, push Command+~.
 
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??? doesnt do it for me ole mate cmd ~ dosent register anything what so ever

cmd-shift-L/R arrow does ...

Am i missing something lol
 
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thanks guys.

I know how to turn the image resizer off in IE.. there has to be a way in Safari.
 
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thanks guys.

I know how to turn the image resizer off in IE.. there has to be a way in Safari.

Well i cant remember and i have googled, but if my mate vansmith above me didnt answer the resizing question, there probably isnt a simple solution :(

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Hi There, You will learn to LOVE Safari. Try CMD and + and CMD and - that should do the trick. FYI, A ton of great safari Plug ins out there. Click to Flash one of the best! I will try to Find some links for ya in the AM Getting Late.

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FYI, A ton of great safari Plug ins out there. Click to Flash one of the best!

Glims is a nice little add on ...
Just had a look and dl Cooliris and looks like a lot of fun nice to navigate around .. Not so much a plugin though

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getting great stuff from this thread.... Awesome :D
 

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??? doesnt do it for me ole mate cmd ~ dosent register anything what so ever

cmd-shift-L/R arrow does ...

Am i missing something lol
Works for me. I can switch between windows of the same application that way.

I can't help you with the image resizing thing. It looks as if there is no option to change this in Safari unless it's part of a plugin (I don't see it in Glims).
 
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Isn't this supposed to be in the OSX/Software room?
 

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