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As it was mentioned already ⌘+Z only works for one tab. If you would like to be able to reopen more than 1 tab, try retab, an open source Safari extension. You can customize the key-bindings to match Chrome-style ⌘+⇧+T too.
Window > Show Next Tab Should display the keyboard shortcut to switch between open tabs, I have mine custom set but I believe the default keyboard shortcut is : Control+--> However if you want a specific tab to be populated corresponding to the number you can set custom keyboard shortcuts within Automator or go Ian's route I was able to reproduce your ...
HSTS.plist is a Safari settings file related to HTTP Strict Transport Security. It is a mandatory setting for Mavericks and newer OS releases. For more information about this security policy mechanism, you can read up about it at Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_Strict_Transport_Security
I found this very old blog post that lead me to a solution to this problem. You can use AppleScript like this to tell Safari to change to a specific tab: try tell front window of application "Safari" to set current tab to tab 3 on error tell front window of application "Safari" to set current tab to last tab end try So if you create nine of these ...
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