Saf-T Dance
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Adds session saving, save and restore tabs to Safari.   Free
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Saf-T Dance saves your currently opened tabs in Safari and allows you to restore the saved tabs in case of a crash or need to quit Safari.

This is a simple Applescript application with a simple purpose... to add Session Saving to Safari. The other popular Mac browsers all have ways to keep track of open tabs in case of a crash or a need to close the application. As much as I like the other browsers, I keep coming back to Safari for all the "little details" it gets right that others ignore. After many occasions of losing important tabs by a crash, or having to bookmark a
Requirements
  • Intel/PPC
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
  • Access for Assistive Devices must be enabled (even works with Safari 3 Beta)



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Saf-T Dance User Discussion (Write a Review)
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DRAD commented on 01 Jun 2007
i don't understand whether you have to have this going simultaneously with safari or what?

how do you actually use it?
[Version 1.0]


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+9

TachyonFlare reviewed on 17 Mar 2007
Wow! This a great utility, works just as advertised. Very clean.
[Version 1.0]


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jase71ds commented on 04 Feb 2007
Works as advertised! Hopefully the next version of Safari will be able to save sessions -- until that day arrives, this is the next best thing that I have found.

As the ReadMe states, turn on "access for assistive devices" by going to the System Preferences -> Universal Access -> and clicking the checkbox.
[Version 1.0]


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+17

makai reviewed on 21 Nov 2006
Does what it says. Certainly adds value to Safari. TNX for your work!
[Version 1.0]


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SJASC IT (developer) commented on 20 Nov 2006
Please read the ReadMe file before using. It clearly states that one must "Enable access for assistive devices" in Universal Access in System Preferences before this will work.
[Version 1.0]


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Ginko reviewed on 07 Nov 2006
App fails frequently with "NSReceiverEvaluationScriptError: 4"
[Version 1.0]

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SJASC IT (developer) replied on 20 Nov 2006
Did you "Enable access for assitive devices" in Universal Access in System Preferences? If not, this causes the NSReceiver 4 error. If so, please give details about which OS version and Safari version.
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Downloads:2,781
Version Downloads:2,781
Type:Internet : Internet Utilities
License:Free
Date:02 Nov 2006
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Saf-T Dance saves your currently opened tabs in Safari and allows you to restore the saved tabs in case of a crash or need to quit Safari.

This is a simple Applescript application with a simple purpose... to add Session Saving to Safari. The other popular Mac browsers all have ways to keep track of open tabs in case of a crash or a need to close the application. As much as I like the other browsers, I keep coming back to Safari for all the "little details" it gets right that others ignore. After many occasions of losing important tabs by a crash, or having to bookmark a bunch of tabs in order to close Safari for a restart after a System Update, I finally decided I'd had enough and wrote this app. See the included ReadMe.rtf for more details.


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