- Update: AntiRSI is a lot better looking.
I want a dock button that means "create a new Safari window". If you click on Safari in the dock, it opens a new window if there are none; but otherwise it opens some existing window. I want a fast way to always get a new window. (I imagine this is a Small Matter of Applescript...)
- Update: There's a "New Window" menu on the right-click context menu on the Safari icon in the dock, which is close enough.
I love that in Safari, Cmd-Shift-click does "Open Link Behind..." (opens a link in a new window, but stacks that window behind the one youre curent looking at.)
However, is there some way to change that binding so that Cmd-click does that (without a shift)? One of my mouse buttons sends Cmd-click, so I'd like to be able to do "Open Link Behind" without using the keyboard. (I could change that button to send Cmd-Shift-click, but that would be less convenient in other applications.)
- Update: Please stop telling me how much you love tabs. I'm happy for you, but I think they suck. You needn't elaborate on how wonderful you think they are. I get it.
I'm getting along with Mail.app OK, but it's weird that:
- You can't click in the "unread" and "flagged" columns to change the status of a message (you need to use a toolbar button instead).
There seems to be no way to put a "next message" or "next unread message" button in the toolbar. I really miss that. I find myself scroling and visually searching a lot.
I really wish I could get it to save a copy of my outgoing messages into the folder of the message to which I'm replying. Right now I'm doing BCC and then manually refiling my outgoing messages, but that's annoying.
- Update: Please stop mailing me to tell me "just Cmd-click the Sent folder to see your incoming and outgoing messages together." That conflates the entire Sent folder with the current folder, not just the subset of Sent that are replies to the messages in the current folder. It is, therefore, totally worthless.
Also, my BCCs make the "you have new mail" flag go up: it's not smart enough to not notify me about mail from me. To get better notifications for incoming mail, I'm using the "Mail Notification" AppleScript that came with Growl, and having my mail filters run that when putting messages into certain folders. I guess I could just hack that script to be silent when the mail is from me...