Browsing a website without the mouse!
One of the thing that I found annoying on the Mac web browsers compared to the Windows web browsers is the ability to navigate through the links with the keyboard. Using the Tab key on Internet Explorer (Firefox for Windows and Camino for Mac as well), you can go from link to link. Per example, let’s say you are on the Google website, if you enter text in the text box and hit “Enter”, it will load the “Search” button. At first, it doesn’t look like there is an easy way of clicking on the “I am feeling lucky” button without the mouse in Safari. There is an easy way of doing this in Safari 3.0 however (I didn’t have the opportunity to check it on Safari 2, maybe it works). You can use “Option-Tab” and it will let you go from the text box to the “Search” button and to the “I am feeling lucky” button. You can easily see on which link you are because it will display a blue line around the link or the button. A great tip about upcoming Leopard features that you can get in Tiger now is coming tomorrow!