But while that's a momentous change (which my PC doesn't seem to like; I can't get it to work on my PC), of all the small changes I've found in Safari 3, these are the two I like best:
- "Merge all windows." I am a tab fiend; I am constantly opening new tabs, especially when doing google searches or checking all my RSS feeds -- I start from the main page and open up tabs from there. But sometimes a site will automatically open up a new window; in the past, I'd have to close that window and re-open it as a tab. Now, I just click Window | Merge All Windows, and voila -- all my open windows are tabs in one main window.
- "Make text normal size." My eyesight is really bad; rarely do I browse the net at the normal text size. In fact, one of the first things I do on any text-laden site (e.g. a long blog entry) is bump the size up three or four times. But there are some sites whose layout gets all screwed up if things are too big, and rather than bumping the size down, I just click apple-0 (or View | Make Text Normal Size) and things are good to go.