Back and forward in a web browser!
A great tip submitted by Charles S. Branch: Back and forward in a web browser! When you are browsing the web and you want to go back or forward, instead of bringing your mouse all the way to the top bar, you can use a simple keyboard shortcut. The keyboard shortcut works in all Safari, Firefox and Camino. To use it, the cursor mustn't be in any text box. So if it doesn't work, make sure you are not in a text box. The shortcut is "Command-Left arrow" and "Command-Right arrow". What I noticed is that Firefox performs this operation much more quickly than Safari. It is as though Safari has to reload the page (it takes less time to load the page because part of it is in the cache). Camino is pretty fast, but not as fast as Firefox. Thanks for the great tip Charles!