Hawk wrote:SeaMonkey browser (based on old Mozilla Suite and Gecko engine) allows user to open any link in new tab with middle mouse click, ctrl + left mouse click or ctrl + enter. By default these shortcuts open new window. Just go to Edit -> Preferences -> Navigator -> Tabbed browsing. I remember seeing similar option in Firefox preferences somewhere. No idea if it works in Opera or Internet Explorer.
bakubo wrote:I use Firefox 3.0.1 and I have that option turned on. For these forums, Google, and most other websites it doesn't create a new window/tab. For dpreview it does.
Hawk wrote:bakubo wrote:I use Firefox 3.0.1 and I have that option turned on. For these forums, Google, and most other websites it doesn't create a new window/tab. For dpreview it does.
I've just checked and it works perfectly in SeaMonkey 1.1.11, Firefox 3.0.1 and Opera 9.51 on my system. I just use middle click on links and they open in new tabs.
And also in Opera.Dr. Harout wrote:If you switch to Firefox, then with just clicking on the mouse wheel you'll have a new tab (window).
springm wrote:As opening links in new tabs is so easy - I use ctrl-mouse-left all the time - I'd just like to add that I do prefer the website letting me choose the option myself. When I want to leave a site by just a normal click, I want to leave it, and when I want to stay there I open any link to follow in another tab, deliberately. But I want to stay in control.
So I am perfectly glad with a not-overprotective behaviour of the pages.
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