I very often like to watch youtube videos on my main safari screen, however I very often like to separate the tab to watch on a secondary screen so what I do is I drag the tab and move it to the secondary screen manually. Is it somehow possible to do this process with one hotkey?
That is I press a hotkey, the tab gets separated into new safari window and gets moved to secondary screen. I already have the command to move it to the secondary screen however it’s the separation of the tab that gets me.
Thank you for any help on this.
This is rather simple. Is there a variable for my clipboard that I can use?
I have this macro right now where the keystroke is this workflow :
I just need to insert $CLIPBOARD or something into the url. Not sure if this is the right way to do it.
nlkivi, you're almost there.
Assuming the Safari tab of interest is frontmost:
Just use the KM Token for Safari URL
Thank you. This nearly works. This is what I have now :
Where opt, control keystroke moves window to another monitor. The issue that when I have Safari in full screen and I run the macro, it does not move it to another monitor as the new window is opened in full screen as well. Is there any way I can get around that?
Thank you so much for the help, these tokens are actually quite nice.
This should do it. Adjust Move Window position as needed:
2016-07-30 18:18 CT (Sat)
• ADD Action to automatically determine location of Screen #2 Left Position.
###MACRO: [Safari] Open Safari Tab in New Window on Screen #2 [Example]
[Safari] Open Safari Tab in New Window on Screen #2 [Example].kmmacros (3.6 KB)
Edited it a bit but it works. This is my temporary solution before Sierra’s inplay feature comes.
Just posted update to macro in above post.
Menu > Window > Move Tab to New Window
Oh this is nice, I guess it is a good idea to look at what menu bar options there exist before asking.
Most Mac users don’t know you can search app menus using the search field in the Help menu.
Yeah, I actually use this little workflow for that and love it.