My professional work involves medical and legal records review in order to determine future medical costs when someone is injured. Sometimes that involves referencing an academic article and then illustrating the key content in that article, often with an explanatory or rebuttal argument.
Making the browser editable essentially gives me an HTML word processor to mix/match content from various sources and then add my annotations in matching boldfaced or italics font or a different color etc.
In truth I can do the same thing using a Devonthink HTML page as my HTML editor, but sometimes I prefer to do some of the editing in the browser.
Totally separately - not the main purpose but fun once in a while - is to edit (usually political) content in a satirical way and send it to an unsuspecting friend as a joke and play along for a while until revealing that it was edited.
Except I have 5 monitors, of which 3 are in my primary field of view and 2 others are secondary. My most common "move" is 2 monitors away - that can be done in 1 step with a numerical KM macro or 2 steps with the "Tile Window" command.
One of my most used macros is simple one-step macro with a "Insert Text" action set to the token %SafariURL%. It is triggered by typing ,url
So, where ever needed, the currently open Safari window ist just for keystrokes away and is already so hardwired that I sometimes find myself typing it on my iPad wondering why it would not turn to an URL.
where ever needed, the currently open Safari window ist just for keystrokes away and is already so hardwired that I sometimes find myself typing it on my iPad wondering why it would not turn to an URL.