Saft for Safari Beta 4 is here! Tired of right clicking to reload a Safari Tab, there’s an App-lescript for that!
May 27

I never actually used this feature, but if anyone likes to jump to the beginning or end of their search box by using the arrow keys, you still have the option.  Just use the Command + Arrow keys to move from the front of the search box or the back.

More shortcuts can be found from Macworld article here.

via Macworld

4 Responses to “Use Arrow keys to move around Google search box in Safari Beta 4”

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    Meh, that’s terrible. They need to change it back right away or at least give the option.

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