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Av_Crazy 19. Mar 2010 12:20 PM

Opera New Tab
 
In firefox ..when i right click on a new link and open it in a new tab..it opens ina new tab but it doesnt open d new tab...i have to click from tab bar to open the new tab...this the way i prefer...

but in opera when i do dis it automatically opens d new tab...how do i stop it from directing to new tab..

sa1 19. Mar 2010 04:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Av_Crazy (Post 24813)
In firefox ..when i right click on a new link and open it in a new tab..it opens ina new tab but it doesnt open d new tab...i have to click from tab bar to open the new tab...this the way i prefer...

but in opera when i do dis it automatically opens d new tab...how do i stop it from directing to new tab..

Right click on a link..and click On "Open In Background Tab".
Or middle click on the link.
Or right click on link and drag down then up.(you can change this shortcut if you want. First time there will be message that whether you want to enable mouse gestures or not. Click yes).

Av_Crazy 19. Mar 2010 05:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sa1 (Post 24829)
Right click on a link..and click On "Open In Background Tab".
Or middle click on the link.
Or right click on link and drag down then up.(you can change this shortcut if you want. First time there will be message that whether you want to enable mouse gestures or not. Click yes).

Thanx sa1 ... both the middle mouse button and mouse gesture worked..thanx :)

sa1 19. Mar 2010 06:47 PM

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Originally Posted by Av_Crazy (Post 24831)
Thanx sa1 ... both the middle mouse button and mouse gesture worked..thanx :)

Nice to know it worked. (Though there was not a doubt on my mind. that it would)

jwalantsoneji 21. Mar 2010 01:18 PM

Set the rule in about:config
 
Hi, do open a new tab in background for a link on the page, open a new tab and write "about:config" there. Page will show a warning message, say OK.
And then type "background" in the space at the top of the page, double click these tow entries below to make them appear "true" and bold.
  • browser.tabs.loadBookmarksInBackground
  • browser.tabs.loadDivertedInBackground

Regards,
Jwalant Natvarlal Soneji (BE IT) India

kendall.a 21. Mar 2010 05:33 PM

I cannot find these options in Opera 10.5?

vasa1 21. Mar 2010 06:13 PM

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Originally Posted by kendall (Post 25007)
I cannot find these options in Opera 10.5?


I think he meant this:

about:config has to be typed in the address box where we normally enter web addresses. Then hit enter and okay the caution. Then search and modify what you want.

Sope 21. Mar 2010 06:43 PM

Surely it's opera:config

Still can't find those options mentioned though.

In any case, middle-click (mouse wheel) is adequate for this purpose IMO.

Anupam 21. Mar 2010 06:45 PM

I think Jwalant had posted for Firefox? Because I had a doubt if about:config is present for Opera or not. I might be wrong though, because I am not an Opera user, and presently I don't have Opera installed on my system... I am waiting for the version with the bug fixes.

Av_Crazy 21. Mar 2010 07:19 PM

about:config works in opera too
though opera shows d adjustment option more clearly den mozilla


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