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T-Rex commented on 03 Sep 2011
For a low cost and basic Choosy, you could also enable Develop menu in Safari (Preferences/Advanced) and make use of the "Open Page With" option, which makes list of all the relevant applications for such an action, contained in your Application folder.
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T-Rex commented on 02 Sep 2011
The specific saving state is great and that is exactly what i'm looking for. Unfortunately, i have no free space anymore in my tool bar to go for Breeze (as often).
Regarding this, apart from simply transferring the menu bar icon functionality to a dock icon (not really fan of this), if Breeze for its main menu could totally operate by the way of shortcuts or at least a simple pop up bezel window on demand, it would be perfect.
Soon further more, the need for a status pane should arise as you locally manipulate more and more specific application windows.

But this is another story...
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T-Rex commented on 15 Jul 2010
Nice idea but it seems that CPU hog belongs to FlashToHTML5 here. Up to 74% on download (jerky) & same on playing.
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T-Rex tipped on 22 Jan 2010
Regarding missing ad blocking capabilities built in to Fluid and without resort to heavy specific adblocker (global), check this out, it works very well :

http://cscannella.wordpress.com/2009/10/23/how-to-mostly-block-ads-in-fluid-apps/

Also, i strongly recommend you the following CSS file (needed for the trick) : AdSubtract (non automatic version).
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T-Rex commented on 11 Oct 2009
At your own risk ! ☠☠☠
(MacBook Core 2 Duo 2 Ghz 10.5.6)
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T-Rex had trouble on 21 Oct 2009
Config : MacBook 2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo 10.5.6 + Safari 3.2.1 + SafariStand 3.1L162
+ SafariTabs 0.6.2 (Tab undo support) and 1Password 2.11.1

Apparently there is a major conflict between SafariStand and 1Password leading to problematic displaying of the 1password browser extension button in Safari toolbar as multiple Windows reopen at launch (SS) leads to multiple 1Password button in the toolbar.
Deselect this option in SafariStand setting (Restore Method at Launch=Nothing) and let SafariTabs control this parameter (When Safari Launches = Automatically open saved Tabs) and you override that issue.
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T-Rex had trouble on 21 Oct 2009
Config : MacBook 2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo 10.5.6 + Safari 3.2.1 + SafariStand 3.1L162
+ SafariTabs 0.6.2 (Tab undo support) and 1Password 2.11.1

Apparently there is a major conflict between SafariStand and 1Password leading to problematic displaying of the 1password browser extension button in Safari toolbar as multiple Windows reopen at launch (SS) leads to multiple 1Password button in the toolbar.
Deselect this option in SafariStand setting (Restore Method at Launch=Nothing) and let SafariTabs control this parameter (When Safari Launches = Automatically open saved Tabs) and you override that issue.
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