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Until version 9, pressing option+command+1 would bring up Top Sites. That does not work in version 9.

I see menu bar Bookmarks > Show Top Sites with no shortcut key listed next to it. That is worrisome.

However, in Preferences > Tabs I see an option named "Use ⌘-1 thru ⌘-9 to switch tabs". When I uncheck that, I get the old behavior of loading my top 9 favorite bookmarks instead of jumping to a tab. Because of this, I hold out hope there is an undocumented shortcut key for jumping to Top Sites.

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Why not just add one yourself?

  1. Open System Preferences → Keyboard → Shortcuts → App Shortcuts and click add.
  2. Select Safari, enter ‘Show Top Sites’ for the menu title and enter a keyboard shortcut.

This adds the shortcut to the menu option:

                                    

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  • To answer: "Why not just add one yourself?" I did not know that I could. Now I do. Thank you.
    – Jeff
    Oct 4, 2015 at 14:22
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    @Jeff It was more of a conversational introduction to the answer than a direct question towards you :)
    – grg
    Oct 4, 2015 at 14:22
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Starting version 9.0, the shortcut for opening a Bookmark was remapped. You must now press the following key combination: Cmd+Opt+(# of bookmark).

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  • Excellent info! Can you figure out the new mapping (if any) to the old option+command+1 that loads Top Sites?
    – Jeff
    Oct 7, 2015 at 12:42
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"However, in Preferences > Tabs I see an option named "Use ⌘-1 thru ⌘-9 to switch tabs". When I uncheck that.."

Thanks for the info on this! You saved me a lot of time...

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