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Ive looked around and seen that most people think this cannot be done, but I think my situation could be different. One way of looking at it would be not to explicitly tell the browser to open a new tab, rather tell the browser to do what is does when middle click is used. script>. Basically, Im trying to prompt for a confirmation if the middle click mouse wheel button is being used to open a new tab when clicking on the link -I want to prevent the new tab open-. This works in Chrome like a charm, however, it DOES NOT WORK in Firefox If When you open a link in a new tab, switch to it immediately is unselected in Firefoxs Option page, a mouse middle click on a web page link will create a new tab in the background. same here, except that i never use "open in new tab". id rather have the new altclick functionality for my middle click. Don, could you make this configurable? having a choice between some of the mouse tricks would be great! Windows 7 just made an update which included a new mouse driver, and now, middle clicking on an entry in my bookmarks menu does nothing, rather than open the bookmark in a new tab. I tried to click some link in my extension popup but after I click them, for example, " middle click -> open link in a new tab" with target blank close my popup, how I can make it stay open. Normally, clicking on a link will open the link in a new tab - thats what I want it to do. But some days, a click on a link acts as a left click on a link, opening the page in this tab instead of a new one (leaving the page I was on). Everywhere else in the middle click of the OS is acting normally its a firefox The main benefit of using the old asset store for me is the ability to open assets in a new tab using the middle mouse button. This allows to quickly skim through several pages and open many assets I might be interested in. After this I can quickly compare the open tabs to each other and find what I want. The same setting is under tab mix plus options,events "middle click opens items in new tab" checkbox. When I middle click a link (e.g. a bookmark) to open a new tab, it automatically switches to this tab, and if possible I would like to disable this. Thanks in advance Is there any possibility that TotalFinder will be updated to allow opening new tabs (from Sidebar or elsewhere) by middle clicking on a folder? This was requested on the old forums and never got an official response as far as I know. When I middle click to open a new tab nothing happens, but if I hammer it repeatedly, after four or five clicks one will open. It seems these events are getting dropped somewhere. I assume this functionality is not intended. zakius a middle click on the tab bar opens a new tab for me since many versions ago.They all open a new tab when I middle click on the tab bar as stated in the title of this thread.

I think this has something to do with the way Instructables is coded, and Im not sure if its avoidable without significant rewriting (Im not experienced with web coding), but Ive noticed that when I use the middle click on my mouse which is set to "open in new tab When I middle click on links or bookmarks Id like items to open in a new tab (like cmdclick). (Mac OS 10.4.2 mighty mouse firefox 1.0.6 extensions: adblock v.5 d2 nightly 39, Stop-or-Reload Button 0.1, Tab Mix Plus 0.2.4). This script will send a middle-click if the mouse cursor is over a link (hand cursor), or send CTRLT to open a new tab if not over a link.

With the new Chrome auto-update I can no longer middle click a link and have it open in a new backgrounded tab. It just goes back a page. Anyone else experiencing this? To check whether "middle click open in a new tab" is activated type about:config into the URL bar in Firefox (and click the "Ill be careful" button, if prompted). Thanks — this helped. I have a Logitech G5 Gaming Mouse — my middle click stopped opening links in a new tab and was working as a Back button (quite an annoying difference!). Reading your post, I assigned Generic Button and clicked Apply — didnt help If you middle-click or control-click on the title of a topic embedded in another, it doesnt open in a new tab instead, it replaces the current tab. It also seems to do a full load, rather than the normal AJAXy Discourse load. Strange new bug. Middle click doesnt open new tabe on first use, but after that it does, even on the same link.On second and subsequent uses a new tab opens as it should. Most sites work just fine though, with command-click being identical to normal middle-click.Command-click between about, home and contact and you should experience the problem they dont open in new tabs. Below is a listing of all the different methods, sorted in the order we recommend. Middle-click.If your middle button does not open a new tab or does something different try adjusting the mouse button settings by following the steps below. From switching over to Windows I noticed that when I middle click on a link in Firefox, nothing happens. Is there any way that it can be set up so that itll open a new tab? I went through the preferences and did not find any option to allow this. Everybody already knows that middle-clicking or Control-clicking in Firefox opens a link in a new background tab, but reader Raghav points out that you can also open a link in a new foreground tab instead. To check whether "middle click open in a new tab" is activated type about:config into the URL bar in Firefox (and click the "Ill be careful" button, if prompted). One of my all-time favorite Firefox tips is holding down the Ctrl key and using the mouse wheel to quickly zoom in or out. Another all-time favorite: Opening a Web link in a new tab by clicking it with the mouse wheel. Its true! Give it a try. Go ahead, Ill wait.

Im not sure when it stopped working, but when I middle-click an item in the navigation pane, it no longer opens that item in a new tabit just has the same effect as a left-click. Have I accidentally changed a setting? The option for opening links in new tabs with a middle-click (or Ctrl click) is off by default. To turn it on I have setup double middle-clicking to open in a new tab but it doesnt work on the folder tree Or is there a way to apply to the folder tree as well ? Basically, Im trying to prompt for a confirmation if the middle click mouse wheel button is being used to open a new tab when clicking on the link -I want to prevent the new tab open There are several things you could try: Disable javascript completely or for single pages (doesnt sound like a good solution nowadays). Use the right mouse button and choose Open Link in New Tab. Install the middle click mini browser extension. For me this is a must. In fact I would prefer if all links always open in a new tab on the background, without taking me away from the Toby interface but having middle click / Ctrl-click would work too! On my website, which is a one-page JS site using Sammy.js and jQuery, when I middle-click a link with a mouse, the link opens in a new tab.Command-click between "about", "home" and "contact" and you should experience the problem - they dont open in new tabs. This allows for a command-click to be handled "as intended" on a Mac, i.e. opening the link in a new tab. With this finding in mind, these lines should now read. To open a link in a new tab: Right-Click the link in chrome, and select Open in New Tab. If you must have middle click functionality in the title bar, the only way I can imagine is to get someone to write you a chrome extension. I cant figure out how to use the "Middle-Click" feature of most browsers to open a new tab. Can we not use a 3-finger click on links to open in a new tab? The only way I have found is by using a USB or Bluetooth mouse, or Command Click. I have usually 4 tabs open by default. If, for example, Im in the first tab and middle-click a link to open a new tab, the tab opens but firefox focuses on the tab immediately adjacent to the tab Im on (in this case, from tab 1 to tab 2 instead of. One of the biggest annoyances I have experienced so far is the inability to middle click links in firefox to open them in a new tab. I also cannot middle click tabs to close them in firefox. Does anybody know of a way I can bind these actions to the middle mouse button on my Logitech mx 518!?? Middle-click to close tab still works, as does middle-click to reopen ( Tab Mix Plus settings), so Im at a loss as to why I can no longer open new tabs from links. Is there some way to force all pages opened in a new tab via middle-click /command-click in Chrome to open, while leaving the linking page focused/in the foreground? Ive tried a few plugins and looked around, but most answers in this area seem oriented towards the opposite solution My tab browsing is built around one ingrained behavior, middle-clicking with the mouse (scroll wheel) to open a link in a new tab. Both Firefox and IE allow it, but Chrome does not. Its the one thing that prevents it from being my default browser. When you middle click on a link in Google Chrome, or right click on a link and then select " Open In New Tab", the link will be opened in background. If you want to view the newly created tab, you will have to activate it manually. Also Tree Style Tab provides options for this behavior (Options New Tabs For middle click on the "New Tab" button, open new blank tab as). So, I think, this isnt right to handle third-party options from Private Tab. Post by Chris Hills I would like an option to enable middle-clicks on links to open tabs in the tab group rather than a new tab. Automatic tab grouping was in the snapshots of Opera 11 but was left out because it wasnt ready yet. It will return eventually NewTab is a Chrome extension that resolves one functionality that comes with the absence of a middle-click mouse button it gives you the option to open a link in a new tab when you mouse over it. On my website, which is a one-page JS site using Sammy.js and jQuery, when I middle-click a link with a mouse, the link opens in a new tab. It looks like middle-clicking to open a new tab breaks when target is specified in the html. Im not 100 that its the target that breaks things, but it seems to be consistent. This was not an issue with 4 beta. On my website, which is a one-page JS site using Sammy.js and jQuery, when I middle-click a link with a mouse, the link opens in a new tab.Command-click between about, home and contact and you should experience the problem they dont open in new tabs. Facechecking the brush is dangerous, and so is facechecking the web. Other websites may not be as well-warded as ours, so please use your best judgement when clicking on unknown links. Click here to check out some tips for keeping your account safe!

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