Paul B. Gallagher wrote:
Stanimir Stamenkov wrote:
Fri, 11 Sep 2009 18:21:06 +0300, /mozdev/:
I can do this in Opera and even IE, but in sea monkey I can't even
tabs without right-click.
It's a good suite and all, I used to hate it but I like it now
Edit -> Preferences: Browser / Tabbed Browsing:
[ ] Switch to new tabs opened from links
_Open tabs instead of windows for_
[x] Middle-click, Ctrl+click or Ctrl+Enter on links in a Web page
[x] Ctrl+Enter in the Location bar
It's still opening things in the foreground.
This is not what I want and the reason why in many respects I prefer
IE but will bear with this a bit longer due to the mail client + web
I can only wonder were a poll to be done what people would say about
this, obviously IE has more users however less discerning than Mozilla
products but why the divergence when even Opera does it behind by
Crazy I think.
FWIW -- you're entitled to your taste, of course -- one of the things
that annoys me about IE is that it opens tabs underneath /by default/
and there doesn't seem to be any way to defeat the "feature." If I want
the new page to be in focus, I have to open it in a new page. On the
other hand, if I click a link and try to go do something while it loads,
IE will often steal focus and take me away from what I'm doing to make
sure I watch it load. I wouldn't mind if it would just flash the title
in the taskbar when it's done loading (and not before as it does now),
but this business of stealing focus before the page is functional is a
I feel precisely this way.
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