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Similar to how this is a setting you can turn on in reddit, could we have an option to automatically open links in a new tab? So used to it. I know I can just cmd+click but I'm not used to it, and it would still be a nice feature to have due to muscle memory from other forums. I'm constantly cmd+W-ing my tabs lmao.

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19 minutes ago, frostyfarrow said:

Similar to how this is a setting you can turn on in reddit, could we have an option to automatically open links in a new tab? So used to it. I know I can just cmd+click but I'm not used to it, and it would still be a nice feature to have due to muscle memory from other forums. I'm constantly cmd+W-ing my tabs lmao.

They do so for me.  Maybe it's a setting in your browser you need to change?

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1 hour ago, frostyfarrow said:

Laptop user ?

Ctrl + click for windows, Cmd + click for macOS. 

Get used to keyboard shortcuts. They're always faster. 


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2 hours ago, frostyfarrow said:

Laptop user ?

I've already config'd my touchpad to middleclick with two-finger click. On desktop its two clicks with right and left, but I've done it since I started using Mozilla 15 years ago.


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One method that might be faster for you to use to open links in new tabs is to right click the link and move the cursor over "Open Link in New Tab" and let go. This can be done very quickly on my Mac to the point where I barely see the context menu flicker. Just 2 fingers diagonally dragged and let go. You only need to move the cursor like 2 pixels which could be faster than dealing with the Cmd key in some situations.


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