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|User since||May 4, 2007|
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I don't use this every day, but when I need to compare two long pages want to read instructions from one to do something in another, it is perfect.
If you use vi or vim then this will revolutionise your browsing. I've been using it for a couple of weeks and can't imagine going back.
17gt ... Jump to your 17th tab
:t vimp tab ... tab through your history matching "vimp" and when you get the match hit enter and it opens in a new tab
y ... yank the current url to your buffer
I've also set the default search engine to yubnub so :t gets me straight to a yubnub.org command. (To do this add yubnub to your search box and then :set ds=yubnub)