Daniel Alm (developer of the excellent time-tracking app [Timing]):
Faviconographer asks Safari.app for a list of all visible tabs
(and their positions) in the current window, and for the URLs of
It then uses that information to fetch the corresponding icons
from Safari’s Favicon cache (WebpageIcons.db), and draws them
above the Safari window.
It’s a “hack” — the cleanest solution would be Apple implementing
Favicons in Safari — but it works surprisingly well.
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