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comment Define additional shortkey with the same effect like RETURN in Safari.app
p.s. is there a way to find out, if that key-binding (e. g. ^m is already used/defined in other applications?
Nov
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comment Define additional shortkey with the same effect like RETURN in Safari.app
Hi Rob! Thanks a lot! AppleScripts are relatively slow from my experience, so I'd prefer the key-binding solution. Thanks a lot for the very useful hint on "proper Cocoa apps"!! Question: how can I find out, if an application is "proper Cocoa"?
Nov
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revised Define additional shortkey with the same effect like RETURN in Safari.app
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Nov
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comment Define additional shortkey with the same effect like RETURN in Safari.app
Thanks! Well, I'd like to avoid paying 42$ just for changing a few keybindings, which (I'd assume) should also be possible with some "hacking", shouldn't it? Anyway, are you sure Keyboard Maestro would be able to create such a shortkey which has the same effect like RETURN in Safari?
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asked Define additional shortkey with the same effect like RETURN in Safari.app
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asked Creating video DVD from MP4 (1,7 GB) takes ages on MacBook 13" 2,16 GHz / 3 GB RAM
Mar
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comment Safari is using too much RAM. How can I reduce its memory footprint?
@glenstorey: I agree with Josh, as I've made the same experience: at least as soon as my available physical RAM goes down to <100 MB (of 3 GB in total) with OS 10.6.8, this has a massive impact on my computing experience: spinning beach ball for a long time, etc. ... And Safari seems to be THE application that really needs lots of RAM, especially for flash
Mar
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comment Safari makes my MacBook incredibly slow - what to do?
in fact, after uninstalling the old ClickToPlugin 2.5.4, I did not have any extreme uses of RAM by Safari any more... I had installed the current ClickToPlugin 2.9.2, but have not activated it at the moment.
Mar
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comment How to find out which Safari tab is using massive memory?
I'm using OS 10.6.8 - are you sure that I can list the memory consumption of single safari tabs there also?
Mar
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comment Safari makes my MacBook incredibly slow - what to do?
thanks, that looks interesting - however I can not find those settings in Safari 5.1.10. However I'm already using the ClickToPlugin 2.5.4 which should do something similar...
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revised How to find out which Safari tab is using massive memory?
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Mar
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comment How can I figure out which tab in Safari is using CPU?
did you find a solution for yourself in the meantime? I'm having the same problem, but mainly for excessive use of RAM which seems to be triggered by some few tabs: apple.stackexchange.com/q/125290/5887
Mar
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asked How to find out which Safari tab is using massive memory?
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comment Safari makes my MacBook incredibly slow - what to do?
more memory seems technically impossible - is there another way to make the old system faster (e. g. a fast SSD drive for speeding up virtual memory?) Is there any hope that OS 10.7 could have better overall system performance with the given hardware?