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Undo Closing a Tab in Safari

Why can't Safari's "undo" undo closing a tab? Just open the tab back up, scroll back to where I was, and let me forget that I finger-twitched on command-w a bit too quickly.

Gah!

3 Responses to "Undo Closing a Tab in Safari"

  1. If you're not averse to Safari plugins, Saft (http://haoli.dnsalias.com/Saft/index.html) does just that among many other things. It'll also re-open any tabs that were open when you last quit Safari. It would be nice if this was built in, though!

  2. Chris Williams said on May 12, 2008:

    It'll also re-open any tabs that were open when you last quit Safari. It would be nice if this was built in, though!

    It is. You just have to choose "Reopen all Windows from Last Session" (in the History menu).

    And when I discovered that, I dropped Saft - which I had been using for quite some time - which caused more instability for me than I cared to admit, particularly since I was really only ever using that one feature.

  3. I thought it did. I guess it is Saft instead.


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