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“Do you frequently use mouse or trackpad actions to open links in new Safari tabs or windows in OS X? If so, you may feel like you’re losing your mind after upgrading to OS X Mavericks,” TekRevue reports. “After exploring the Developer Preview of Apple’s next major version of the OS X operating system, we encountered one of the most frustrating changes: repositioned actions in Safari’s right-click menu.”
“In OS X, users who right-click (or secondary-click if using a trackpad) on a link in Safari are given the choice to open the link in a new window or a new tab,” TekRevue reports. “In Mountain Lion, ‘New Window’ was the first listed choice. In Mavericks, ‘New Tab’ tops the list.”
TekRevue reports, “Thankfully for those who prefer keyboard shortcuts, nothing has changed.”
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