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How to close some of the tabs without loading them?

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Let's say I got dosens tabs and I want close some of them by just clicking X button, but there is no X button so I have to click into tab first which triggers loading and then click X button to close it.

Let's say I got dosens tabs and I want close some of them by just clicking X button, but there is no X button so I have to click into tab first which triggers loading and then click X button to close it.
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Ok, I found I can use "right click" and then "Close Tab".

Ok, I found I can use "right click" and then "Close Tab".
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the-edmeister
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Also, middle-click upon a Tab that doesn't have focus to close that Tab. And if you middle-click on a Tab at the left side of row of Tabs that you wish to close, the remaining Tabs will move into the "path" of the cursor as you close Tabs so that you can middle-click without moving the cursor.

Also, '''middle-click''' upon a Tab that doesn't have focus to close that Tab. And if you middle-click on a Tab at the left side of row of Tabs that you wish to close, the remaining Tabs will move into the "path" of the cursor as you close Tabs so that you can middle-click without moving the cursor.
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cor-el
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Note that you can hold the Ctrl key and click a tab to select multiple tabs and then close all selected tabs in one go via the right-click context menu (Close Tabs).

Note that you can hold the Ctrl key and click a tab to select multiple tabs and then close all selected tabs in one go via the right-click context menu (Close Tabs).
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