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Is it intended to not be able to type directly when opening a new tab?

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This would be especially useful when using a keyboard as currently, if you want to search for something after opening a new tab, you also have to tap the address bar.

This would be especially useful when using a keyboard as currently, if you want to search for something after opening a new tab, you also have to tap the address bar.

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Generally, you can hold down the control button – or the command key on a Mac computer – to open a link in a new tab.

You can also click on a link and hold
down the mouse without releasing, 

dragging the link to the browser's tab bar

to open it in a new tab.
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Dinushi Dhananjani
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Generally, you can hold down the control button – or the command key on a Mac computer – to open a link in a new tab.

You can also click on a link and hold
down the mouse without releasing, 

dragging the link to the browser's tab bar

to open it in a new tab.
Generally, you can hold down the control button – or the command key on a Mac computer – to open a link in a new tab. You can also click on a link and hold down the mouse without releasing, dragging the link to the browser's tab bar to open it in a new tab.
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Thanks, didn’t think of using a keyboard shortcut, makes it much more convenient!

Thanks, didn’t think of using a keyboard shortcut, makes it much more convenient!
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