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Is there a way to add more than nine pages to newtab?

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The window currently allows for 9 entries, is there a way to expand this?

Chosen solution

Actually, that answer does not explain how to use the feature. Here are some steps.

  1. Open a new tab
  2. In the address bar, type about:config
  3. Hit Enter
  4. Accept the warning
  5. Search for browser.newtabpage.columns
  6. Double click the first result
  7. Change the value to the number of columns you would like to see on the new tab page
  8. Hit OK
  9. Search for browser.newtabpage.rows
  10. Double click the first result
  11. Change the value to the number of rows you would like to see on the new tab page
  12. Hit OK
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John Karahalis 3 solutions 66 answers

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Hey pahiker. It looks like cor-el answered this question a while ago.

John Karahalis 3 solutions 66 answers

Chosen Solution

Actually, that answer does not explain how to use the feature. Here are some steps.

  1. Open a new tab
  2. In the address bar, type about:config
  3. Hit Enter
  4. Accept the warning
  5. Search for browser.newtabpage.columns
  6. Double click the first result
  7. Change the value to the number of columns you would like to see on the new tab page
  8. Hit OK
  9. Search for browser.newtabpage.rows
  10. Double click the first result
  11. Change the value to the number of rows you would like to see on the new tab page
  12. Hit OK

Modified by John Karahalis