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how to make Firefox automatically open history links in new tab instead of the current tab

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I have tabs set to open links in tabs instead of new windows. But I want links to open in NEW tabs, not the current tab so the current tab doesn't disappear and I have to back page or use history to find it. I often use History to find the link I want, and when I click on it, I want it to open in a new tab - but instead it simply replaces the tab I'm in. I don't want to have to remember to open a new tab manually BEFORE I click on a link in history (or in what I'm reading in the current tab - NYTimes, for example). And I can't find any way around this.

I have tabs set to open links in tabs instead of new windows. But I want links to open in NEW tabs, not the current tab so the current tab doesn't disappear and I have to back page or use history to find it. I often use History to find the link I want, and when I click on it, I want it to open in a new tab - but instead it simply replaces the tab I'm in. I don't want to have to remember to open a new tab manually BEFORE I click on a link in history (or in what I'm reading in the current tab - NYTimes, for example). And I can't find any way around this.
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