MacMost Now 575: Productivity Extensions for Safari

Take a look at four extensions that you might find useful. You can discover web page-specific keyboard shortcuts. You can select and jump to links using only your keyboard. You can lock tabs. You can make it easier to generate shortened URLS.

Comments: 2 Responses to “MacMost Now 575: Productivity Extensions for Safari”

    13 years ago

    Hi Gary.
    My eyes are not the same as when I was younger, and I'm having some trouble to enjoy the internet because of the font sizes they use.
    I use Firefox only because there's an extension (they call it "add-ons") that allows you to choose a percentage of increment on each page you use frequently, and also a global one.
    Now I'm trying Chrome, because it comes with this function integrated.
    But, as I use a Mac, an iPad and an iPhone, I would love to use Safari, so my bookmarks can keep automatically synchronized. However, as far as I know, there's no extension for Safari that lets you set a default increment, and the setting in Safari that allows you to set bigger font sizes, produce wrap around mess.
    Do you know of any extension for Safari that might help me for this purpose?

    Last: thank you for your great podcasts! I've being following you since Omnifocus, and I think yours are -by far-the most intelligent, comprehensive and simple. Congratulations

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