gDirectLinks prevents the substitution of indirect, click-tracking links for direct ones in Google search results. When you click a search result link, Safari will go straight to the destination instead of first loading a Google page that then redirects to the destination. Not only does this (hopefully) prevent click-tracking of search result links, it makes it easier to copy real URLs from them. This extension's functionality is a subset of LinkThing's. If you use LinkThing and enable the Google link rewriting option, you don't need gDirectLinks. Also, the extension now handles inline image results on ordinary search result pages, as well.
What is new in this release:
Updated so it works again after Google got rid of classnames on normal search result links. I also did away with the image link rewriting feature, since Google's new image popover is quite nice and useful. (Or, you could say, I got lazy.)