New Safari Stand features
Sorry, this will the be the last browser post in a while – promise. Stand for Safari has been updated to work with v1.2.3 (v125.9), and has added some nice new features.
First of all Doug Bowman pointed out that there is an english translation page for Stand here. That makes life easier.
You can now replace either the Bug Report, Autofill, Add bookmark or Home buttons with an ‘Action’ button. This gives you a drop down menu with the following options:
(Note: This menu now includes the ability to view HTTP headers, cookies for that site (with another option to delete them) and a selectable menu of all css and images etc from that page – amazing!)
Workspaces can now be opened in new tabs as well as saved, and you can make ‘labelled bookmark separators’ by adding a folder with the following title:-:-label here.
This adds a greyed out text label – nice.
Another nice feature I’ve discovered is that you can get the history and bookmark searches to display within the browser window rather than in a smaller, separate window. To try this out, drag and drop these links to the toolbar: “History search”:safaristand://jp.hetima.history/ and “Bookmark Search”:safaristand://jp.hetima.bookmark/.
You can also add RSS Feeds. Create a Bookmark Collection called ‘Stand Bar RSS’ and bookmark feed URL’s there. You can then read these feeds in the ‘Stand Bar’ under the ‘R” menu. While I probably won’t use this feature, its good to know that there are developers wanting to add value in this way.
When you combine Safari, Saft and Stand you get one very good browser.