SafariStand gains Safari 6, Mountain Lion support
Browser plugins get maligned, a lot, and I have done my part to spread the message — perhaps understandable given the well of grief that Adobe’s Flash plugin has proven to be. That said, SafariStand is perhaps my favorite plugin of all time if only for a single reason — the ability to copy complete HTML link tags.
Do you miss using Command + Delete to go back in Safari? SafariStand 6 brings that feature back and adds Control + Delete to go forward, as well as a bunch of other features:
• Support Safari 6.0 (Lion and Mountain Lion. 64-bit only)
• Suppress Tab Bar Width
• Go Back and Forward by Delete Key (Forward is Ctl+delete)
• Google Image Search Context Menu
• Action Menu (in Customise Toolbar)
• Quick Search in Context Menu ON/OFF
• Quick Search has some preset
• Quick Search in Location Field is disabled
Yes, you can Quick Search a word or image via a contextual menu, which is very handy. And, as noted in the lead, SafariStand offers the ability to copy an entire link tag, which can be a huge time saver for web workers.
SafariStand is freeware, though developer Hetima encourages donations, and this plugin can be downloaded here.
To use SafariStand, you will also need to download and install EasySIMBL 1.2.
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