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How To Use the Home button in Safari to open a new tab
Posted By: Byron Hinson
Last Updated: September 4th 2003
Tip Difficulty Level: Intermediate

 

How This Tip Works

  1. Back up Safari.
  2. Control-click on Safari
  3. Select Show Package Contents
  4. Open Contents -> Resources -> English.lproj -> Browser.nib in Interface Builder.
  5. Click on the third button from the left in the browser window.
  6. Press Command-Shift-I.
  7. In the NSButton Info window that opens, select Connections from the pulldown menu.
  8. Click on "target" under Source, then click the Disconnect button.
  9. Select "newTab" from the list of Actions and click the Connect button.
  10. Save and close.

 

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