I like keyboard shortcuts. Particularly since I’ve gotten accustomed to Quicksilver. One thing that I wanted to do was cycle through the tabs in my browser (I use Firefox most of the time) without having to use the mouse…I found that it’s different in Firefox and Safari, and one seems to work significantly better than the other….
Hold Option+Command, then use the the left and right arrows to flip through the tabs you have open.
While I’ve been using this, I haven’t had any trouble cycling through them no matter what the page is that I’m looking at.
Hold Shift+Command, then use the left and right arrows to flip through the open tabs.
I had a lot of trouble with this, actually. Google was one of the tabs that I had open, and every time it would pass that tab, if I stopped for any length of time, the cursor would end up blinking in the Google search box, and it would no longer allow me to tab through the various windows without clicking on another tab first…very frustrating.