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Pressing mouse wheel (or Ctrl + Left Mouse Click) on navigation arrows does not open previous/next page in new tab anymore
I am using the new Firefox Developer Edition as a stand-alone on Ubuntu, so I can still use the "old" version, too.
Everything seems to be working fine, as in I am logged in and setup sync. But a few features I got very much used to are no longer working.
When I click on "About Firefox Developer Edition", it shows these details:
Firefox Developer Edition 36.0a2 (2014-12-09)
Firefox Developer Edition is up to date
You are currently on the aurora update channel.
In my "old" Firefox, I can:
1. Click with the mouse wheel on the navigation arrows to open the previous or next page in a new tab.
2. "right mouse click" on the navigation arrows to see the list of previously visited pages of the current tab, and the ones I visited after the page I am on, if I clicked "back" once or more times. I can then click the mouse wheel or "Ctrl + Left Mouse Button" to open any of the pages in the list in a new tab.
None of this works in the Developer Edition.
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To clarify, the list of previously or later visited pages does still show up when I right click on the navigation arrows in the Developer Version, but I cannot open any of the links in the list in a new tab with the mouse wheel or "Ctrl + Left Mouse Click".