I’ve come to rely on Saft for two particular features: it saves my open tabs if I quit Safari and restores them when Safari starts up again, and it allows me to resequence tabs. Both features have been especially useful this last week or two where I’m rewriting eight chapters of a resource for community groups. I can have the original open in one tab and each chapter of the new version open in its new tab, shuffling them around to match my somewhat obsessive need to have them in the sequence I like.
I think it’s also Saft that gives me a new contextual menu item for links in Safari: to copy the HTML for the link rather than just the URL.
[Via The Unofficial Apple Weblog:
I’m always on the look out for improvements, and a few came today in the form of Saft version 8.1.0 … ]
SafariStand allows me to save a whole bunch of tabs to a Shelf and then call them all up again when I need them. Fantastic stuff!