Safari: open in tabs for bookmarks bar submenus

Posted by Pierre Igot in: Macintosh
April 15th, 2003 • 10:36 pm

The new “Open in tabs…” command at the bottom of each bookmark folder in the bookmarks bar is great — but it severely limits the number of bookmarks that you can put in each folder, unless you don’t mind opening two dozen web sites at the same time. (I do.)

Since it’s already possible to put folders of bookmarks inside those folders (and so on) and access these subfolders through submenus in the folder menus in the bookmarks bar:

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it should be possible to add an “Open in tabs…” command at the bottom of each of these submenus (and so on). This way, an organizational semi-freak such as myself could still have a lot of bookmarks in his bookmarks bar, as long as they are tucked away in subfolders….

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2 Responses to “Safari: open in tabs for bookmarks bar submenus”

  1. Dan Hawkley says:

    If you go into Safari’s Show All Bookmarks, you can auto-tab any folder of bookmarks.

  2. Pierre Igot says:

    Not subfolders inside folders, I am afraid (in Safari 1.0).

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