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Safari Tab Search on the Mac

Gabe Weatherhead, writing at Macdrifter: Here’s a little Safari trick that is just gold. Hit Shift-?-\ to enter the Safari “Show all tabs” mode. From there it’s just a simple ?-F to search the open tabs. Notice that the search also covers tabs open on other devices too? Whoa, this is cool. Had no idea you could search in this mode. But there’s a huge shortcoming: it only searches the tabs in the current window.
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