Tab Options (formerly Tabkeys) adds a few tab-related options to the ones built into Safari: you can control where new tabs appear on the tab bar, what happens when you close a tab, and more. Tab Options keeps track of your most recently activated tabs, so you can switch back to recently focused tabs with a key combo, or toggle between two tabs with single keystroke. It lets you assign custom hotkeys, including single keys, for several tab operations, like opening a new tab or duplicating the current one. Finally, it lets you assign hotkeys to open favorite URLs.
- Tab Options now supports using number key combinations to switch directly to any of the first ten tabs. The default combo is Control+number, but you can choose other modifiers in the Options page, or disable this feature entirely. Unfortunately, I could not find a way to override Safari's default behavior for Command+number combinations, which are used to open Favorites. Also note that more...
- OS X 10.5.8 or later
- Safari 5.0.1 or later