Working with tabs in Safari, Firefox and Camino!
Tabbed browsing is really one of the greatest improvement in web browsing in the past years. Not having the headache of managing thirty different Safari windows is great (tabbed browsing would probably be okay with three windows, each with ten tabs). One of the thing that annoyed me most with browsing in Camino is the way Camino handles tabs. I found a fix to what bothered me and discovered that the same is true with Safari and Firefox, but reversed. It is pretty well known that holding down "Command" when clicking on a link will open the link in a new window or a new tab (if tabbed browsing in enabled). The feature is great except that Camino will open the page in a new tab and switch you automatically to this tab. I often end up in a website where I want to open three different links without opening them one by one and having to click back on the original tab to open the other links. In Camino, you can then hold down "Shift-Command" and click on the link to get the same behavior than Safari or Firefox (opens in a new tab, but you remain in your active tab). In Safari and Firefox however, you can also hold down "Shift-Command" when clicking a link to do the same than the default Camino behavior, open in a tab and switch to that tab.