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Another thing I've found is to use multiple fingers to push as many x's on the corners of the windows as I can simultaneously. This still isn't as handy as the close all button was.


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A really simple way to achieve what you wish to do without the tedious task of dragging tabs to other windows is to go to the Menu Bar, then the Window menu, then select Merge All Windows. If you want to keep using your own method, go to the Menu Bar, go to View, then select Show Tab Bar.


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In Safari, one can move even the last tab of a window into another window simply by clicking on the tab's title area and then dragging and dropping onto the tab space of your target window. Dragging the last tab to a new window causes that window to close. This is what it looks like to move the last tab, which I had opened at Top Sites. That is actual ...


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In Safari 8 on Yosemite you can drag the URL (or rather domain name) and drop it onto the plus sign which usually opens a new tab in another window. This way you can move the last tab from one window to another one. I believe that previous versions just loaded the dropped URL in the active tab, replacing the tab’s contents. In Safari 8 you can still ...


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The only (very slow and clumsy) solution at the moment is to clear your Safari browsing history via the settings. At the moment there is no other way to close all tabs at once.


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You can swipe tabs to left. Not all at once, but still quicker


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Go to the icon at top right of screen (when on Safari)it is like one oblong on top of another tap it and the screen will shrink, you will then see the close cross on top left hand corner,tap this cross,and bingo job done.


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Left column in Xcode is called Navigator. You can show/hide it with ⌘+0 (Zero), or in the upper right window corner, see image: In the Navigator there are dfferent tabs (Project Navigator, Symbols Navigator etc.). To see list of files in Your project You need to select Project Navigator or press ⌘+1. To open file in current tab, single click on it in ...


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If you don't mind using some command-line tomfoolery: osascript -e 'tell application "Terminal" to activate' -e 'tell application "System Events" to tell process "Terminal" to keystroke "t" using command down' This is from a stack overflow question on a similar topic. If you want you can even create a new URL handler (or replace the ssh:// one) with a ...


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Until Chrome comes up with that function like FF, the closest you can get to it is to Disable lots of bandwidth and storage consuming apps. That can be done here: Also go to your chrome://plugins/ and disable all Plugins you do not want. That will not stop the background loading of the page but will limit the what, and you can still use them at your ...



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