Twicetab
Twicetab
1.3.1.1

5.0

Twicetab free download for Mac

Twicetab

1.3.1.1
12 October 2007

Plugin for Safari creates new tabs.

Overview

Twicetab... Install Twicetab and double-click Safari's tab bar: a new tab will be created. That's it. It'd be hard to make it simpler!

What's new in Twicetab

Version 1.3.1.1:

This version contains no new functionality. You do not need to upgrade to this version unless you want the new content noted below.

  • Localized in Spanish. Localization by Chalres A. Hastings.
Version 1.3.1:
  • Localized: Added German, Greek and Traditional Chinese localizations (see the release notes for a list of available localizations.
  • Enhancement: If "Cancel" is clicked as a URL loads, Twicetab won't try to open that URL again when creating new tabs.
Version 1.3:
  • New feature: Close tabs by middle- (or option-) clicking.
  • Bug fix: Greatly reduced the instances where regular text in the clipboard is mistaken for a URL.

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2 BEBDABHRHBRWEFG 3R§5Y5H4WTEDSFB Do you really need for control panel for your TV set?! Is it true that you can simply come up to TV set and switch the channels?
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Version 1.1
gcoghill
15 October 2007
Would be great to have the option to triple-click or something else not requiring a modifier key to close tabs - for us laptop users. And perhaps some users might want to turn off the clipboard auto-fill - I am still testing to see how I like that feature. Regardless, cool little utility. Thanks!
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Version 1.3.1.1
1 answer(s)
gcoghill
gcoghill
16 October 2007
Actually, just a double-tap on a tab to close would be the most elegant solution.
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Version 1.3.1.1
Mactoe
02 October 2007
One thing that seriously annoys me is Safari does not allow a default page for a new tab. As a developer I want my custom home page to load anytime I open a new tab as I'm usually going to want a link from it. It would be great (and simple) to allow Twicetab to include a default (rather than a clipboard) page to load when creating a new tab.
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Version 1.3.1
Macnews
12 September 2007
Looks as if the traffic may have exceeded the host's bandwidth limitations -- would definitely like to give this a try.
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Version 1.3.0.2
1 answer(s)
Macnews
Macnews
12 September 2007
Thank you
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Version 1.3.0.2
Macinsetex
06 August 2007
in safari 3.x, right click or ctrl-click in the tab bar produces a contextual menu, "New Tab." Don't remember what occurred in Safari 2.x as i usually invoked Command-T to open a new tab. I suppose double clicking the tab bar would save a person a few milliseconds per incident. Additionally, having the double-click-on-tab-bar to produce a new tab, in safari, could preserve a few brain memory cell because the command is used across all browsers. Okay but...
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Version 1.2.1
Threedee912
05 August 2007
I always use this feature in Firefox and Camino. Great job 'porting' it to Safari.
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Version 1.2.1
John-Quinn
04 August 2007
This is really a great one. However, I wonder how I could use Twicetab to open the SECOND tab, cause I figure this still has to be done with "apple+T", otherwise there is no bar to double-click on.
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Version 1.2.1
Heavy-shower
04 July 2007
This works superbly with SafariStand's Show Page Info -- just copy an image link or any link, then quickly double click the tab bar. Also, now I can remove SafariStand's New Tab menu button off the toolbar, giving me a bit more space for everything else (I'm on a laptop). What would be neat, with a modifier key, is to double click to hide the tab bar. Would that be possible?
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Version 1.1
2 BEBDABHRHBRWEFG 3R§5Y5H4WTEDSFB Do you really need for control panel for your TV set?! Is it true that you can simply come up to TV set and switch the channels?
Like (1)
Version 1.1
1 answer(s)
Locutisofbored
Locutisofbored
04 August 2007
No, most modern TV's have less buttons (or none!) on them than the remote control. So if you loose the remote control, you're kind of screwed for watching TV. Of course, I have no idea what this has to do with the price of peas in China...
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Version 1.2.1
"...It'd be hard to make it simpler!" what! - is hitting 'apple+T' really so much effort?
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Version 1.1
Macman8
02 July 2007
Of course, the old Command-T does the same thing, but this is easy and quick. Thanks for this little application. It's a nice touch.
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Version 1.0
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • or later

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