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The default browser behavior when I click on a link on a page is to open a pop up window in the current tab. In these cases I'm clicking a link on the pg to my social media account in order to publish a new post linking to my own content.

The new unwanted behavior on clicking the link is for it to open my social media account in a new tab. I want clicking that link to open a pop up of my social media account in the current tab. Is there any about:config setting controlling this, which I can change?

The default browser behavior when I click on a link on a page is to open a pop up window in the current tab. In these cases I'm clicking a link on the pg to my social media account in order to publish a new post linking to my own content. The new unwanted behavior on clicking the link is for it to open my social media account in a new tab. I want clicking that link to open a pop up of my social media account in the current tab. Is there any about:config setting controlling this, which I can change?

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Added info: I don't want every link I click on to open in the current tab. I only want social media links to open as pop ups in the current tab.

Here is a page of a post and you can see the social media icons. If you click on one, the former behavior was to open a pop up window for my account on that platform. But now it opens my account in a new tab.

https://www.richardsilverstein.com/2023/02/02/israeli-transphobia-education-minister-bars-8-year-old-student-from-orthodox-school/

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You can look at these prefs on the about:config page.

Normal Links:

  • browser.link.open_newwindow
    1:current tab; 2:new window; 3:new tab;

JavaScript Links:

  • browser.link.open_newwindow.restriction
    0:divert always; 1:divert never; 2:divert no features