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Chapter 14. Safari RSS > These are the ways to use SnapBack

These are the ways to use SnapBack

1.
In the Google search field: When you do a search in Google, the search results page is marked as the SnapBack page. If you then wander through four or five other pages, the SnapBack button in the Google field takes you back to that first page of search results.

You won't see the SnapBack button in the Google search field until you clink that takes you to another page.

As soon as you leave a SnapBack page (the search results page above-top), the SnapBack button appears. It will stay there, linked to the SnapBack page, until you set new SnapBack page by entering a new web address in the Address field, click a bookmark, or choose a page from the History menu.

If you open different windows to use Google, the SnapBack button in each window will return you to the search results for that window.

If a link opens in a new window, you lose the SnapBack because it belongs with the original window.

2.
In the Address field: When you type a new URL (web address) in the Address field, SnapBack is applied to that page.

3.
Choose a bookmark: When you click a bookmark, that page gets marked as a SnapBack page.

4.
Choose a page from the History menu: When you choose a visited page listed in the History menu, it's marked as a SnapBack page.

Mark any page as a SnapBack page.

5.
Open a new window: When you open a new Safari window, that page becomes a SnapBack page.

6.
Assign SnapBack to a page from the History menu: You can mark any page that's open in Safari as the SnapBack page. From the History menu choose “Mark Page for SnapBack.”


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