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Firefox Tabs


woodchip
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Running Firefox 15.0.1 though I have tried to change tabs in Options, I cannot get the Browser to automaticley create a new Tab it just opens over the one that is already open. Only way it will do what I want is by Manually clicking on the New Tab+ sign first before opening a new bookmark or link

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northumbria61

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woodchip - same here for me. Have tried all different ways to change it but nothing seems to work.

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Woolwell

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If I click on a link using the scroll wheel then a new tab opens automatically.

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woodchip

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Yes but what if you click on a new Bookmark?

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Woolwell

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Same if I click using scroll wheel.

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woodchip

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Thanks for that it does on mine

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Zurdo

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Do you want a bookmark to open in a new tab? If so right click the bookmark and then click "open in a new tab" If this isn't what you've after..sorry.

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muddypaws

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My FF15 opens a new tab automatically.

Just opened a few web shortcuts.See here

Will check my settings.

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muddypaws

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Just have the top 5 boxes ticked in options/tabs

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