Quick Tip: In Safari, hit Command-Option-F to jump to the Search box

Oct 7, 2009 - 1 Comment

safari_icon Safari is really settling it’s spot as my preferred web browser. Sure, I miss the plugins in Firefox, but it just can’t beat the speed of Safari. You can make your Safari web browsing experience even better by using Command-Option-F to jump to the Search box, nice!

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Posted by: Manish Patel in Tips & Tricks

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  1. Murphy says:

    I’ve made a total habit of using Command+L in the browsers I use to get the address bar. And Control-L with windows. I think it’s one of the most direct ways of getting to a web site. I always try to show that to people because some have so much trouble editing the address in the bar. I see people click up there and then delete stuff instead of just typing while it’s highlighted. “Hit Command+L and just start typing,” I tell them!

    Why am I saying this?? Because I also have a habit of hitting Command+L and then tab to get to the search – but it’s good to know what the direct route is – thanks.

    I’m loving the posting frequency you’ve got going! Nice ! Drop me an email, I’ve lost track of yours. Thanks!

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