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In 3.6, any way to open new Tabs at the right end of the Tab Bar instead of the left end?

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I've just updated Firefox to 3.6.22 from 3.5.19, and noticed a minor behavioral change.

I often open a list of links in a single webpage into tabs.

In 3.5, each new tab opened was positioned on the tab bar at the right of the last tab opened - like this:

Tab1, Tab2, Tab3, --->

Now, in 3.6, each new tab opened gets positioned at the left side of the last tab opened - like this:

<--- Tab3, Tab2, Tab1.

I used to browse each webpage in order left to right. Now it's backwards, a bit like reading Arabic?

Is this a correct behavior in 3.6?

If it is, is there a way to change it to the way it behaves in 3.5? (about:config ?)

Thanks

I've just updated Firefox to 3.6.22 from 3.5.19, and noticed a minor behavioral change. I often open a list of links in a single webpage into tabs. In 3.5, each new tab opened was positioned on the tab bar at the right of the last tab opened - like this: Tab1, Tab2, Tab3, ---> Now, in 3.6, each new tab opened gets positioned at the left side of the last tab opened - like this: <--- Tab3, Tab2, Tab1. I used to browse each webpage in order left to right. Now it's backwards, a bit like reading Arabic? Is this a correct behavior in 3.6? If it is, is there a way to change it to the way it behaves in 3.5? (about:config ?) Thanks