Safari 7

silvermoon

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#1
There was one feature that I really thought was useful in Chrome and that was you could right click on a tab, and "close all tabs to the right or left". In Safari, you can only "close other tabs". I did some looking around on Safari's add-on site and could not find any extensions that are compatible or that provided the desired behavior. Without switching to Chrome, is there any way I can get this same sort of behavior on Safari?
 

chris

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#2
To be honest, I had no idea you could do that in Chrome. From what I can tell, it's not possible with Safari, at least yet. Guessing you are referring to the desktop version of Safari, so I'm going to move this into the appropriate Mac OS X section.

I use both browsers, but for some reason, stick with Safari. Not in love with either.
 

ZR_Yancy

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I know cmd+w is used to close a window. What is this do?
It closes all tabs except for the one your currently on.

I guess it's the same as close other tabs. Never mind. Sorry.
 

silvermoon

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It closes all tabs except for the one your currently on.

I guess it's the same as close other tabs. Never mind. Sorry.
That is what I use or I found an extension to Safari to close tabs to the left or close tabs to the right.