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How do I make a new tab open all the say to the right, as it used to, instead of just to the LEFT of the last tab?
I have 6 tabs set up and have become very accustomed to the position they’re in. When doing a specific task for my job, a 7th tab opens up. It has always opened all the way to the right. When I’m done reading the information it gives me, I just quickly “x” it out to return working. Yesterday I noticed that this 7th tab was not opening up all the way to the right. It was opening in the next-to-last position to the right. This might not seem like a problem, but when I go to close it, I’m so used to x-ing out the one to the far right, that I’ve been x-ing out a tab that I need.
So the question: How can I get the new tab that opens to appear all the way on the right again? Again, this is not adding a new tab. If I add a new tab to search for something, it does open all the way to the right.
== I rebooted my computer a few days ago...
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Type about:config in the URL bar and hit Enter. If you see the warning, you can confirm that you want to access that page.
Filter = browser.tabs.insertRelatedAfterCurrent
Double-click that preference to change the value to false