“Every piece of software has users who want it to have just one more function. In the case of Safari, Apple’s Web browser that works with OS X, there is no shortage of add-ons and extras. One simple trick is hidden inside Safari itself. In the Mac OS X Finder, control-click on the Safari application and select Show Package Contents,” David L. Hart reports for The San Diego Union-Tribune. “Navigate to the Resources folder and look for the file Shortcuts.html. Open this and you have a complete list of Safari’s keyboard shortcuts.”
Much more in the full article here.
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