How to restore a just closed tab.
In the 3.xx version I could enter a couple of key strokes to restore a tab that had just been closed. Now I can't even get help on this subject. The "help" brings up some 3 hundred plus items that just dance all around the subject. "Progress is our most important product!". [sorry] Let's try this just a little differently. I close a tab that I had been using. Then a few seconds later, oops I wish I hadn't done that! Now how do I reopen that tab? Thanks!
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- Ctrl+T for new tab
- Ctrl+Shift+T to restore closed tab
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Magic, thanks dmcritchie.
It Works! Thank you so very much!
See also (Firefox >) History > Recently Closed Tabs
Press F10 or tap the Alt key to bring up the "Menu Bar" temporarily.
Thanks a lot dmcritchie! I had closed a tab by mistake and I pressed Ctrl+Shift+T and I reopened the tab I wanted! Very helpful!