My browser workflow uses a separate window for most tasks or research subjects, grouping related tabs together in the same window. While I use Firefox for browsing unless some rare site has been foolishly developed exclusively for IE, I occasionally try Safari to see if it works for me. One of the ways Safari has FF beat is in it’s support for dragging tabs between windows.

This little hack forces Safari to open clicked links to open as a new tab in the same window; essential for my browsing style. Open Terminal and type this at the prompt.

defaults write com.apple.Safari TargetedClicksCreateTabs -bool true

To reverse the setting just change true to false.