How do I open new tabs in the correct location, next to the tab they opened from, on Firefox for Android?
'Open link in new tab' three times from tab 'a' should give 'a123bc' not 'abc123'. Tabs on Firefox for Android are otherwise great to use, I like having the preview image…
'Open link in new tab' three times from tab 'a' should give 'a123bc' not 'abc123'.
Tabs on Firefox for Android are otherwise great to use, I like having the preview image of the site. But when I use 'open in new tab', the result is wrong: it opens at the end of my huge tab-pile, not next to the page it's opening from. This is simply incorrect, it leads to sorting my tabs by time not source, but I use my web browser for lots of different things during the day, so sorting by time is useless.
There are extensions that are supposed to fix it: they don't. I suspect they're mostly older ones that predate mobile versions of Firefox. I installed two of them anyway, always right and open tab next to current, neither one worked.
Also, does anyone know why Firefox does it incorrectly by default? It differs from other browsers like chrome and Opera (tested on Android), and is a gigantic annoyance for users who usually have more than 40 tabs open. How did Mozilla make this mistake?
Tab mix plus handles it for me on the desktop.