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Via about:config I can sett bookmarks to open in a new tab (browser.tabs.loadBookmarksInTabs) and I want the same thing for my browser history but can't find it

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Don't really need more details, I think the title says it all :) I could use the adress bar to search for stuff nad find something from my beoser history but thatäs not really the same thing.

Sometimes I need to really dig deeö in the history to find what I had forgotten I had, and ehen I find it, I nne that double click to open a tab just like I open every other tab - in a new one. Instead, "history" opens it up in the current ues one.

Don't really need more details, I think the title says it all :) I could use the adress bar to search for stuff nad find something from my beoser history but thatäs not really the same thing. Sometimes I need to really dig deeö in the history to find what I had forgotten I had, and ehen I find it, I nne that double click to open a tab just like I open every other tab - in a new one. Instead, "history" opens it up in the current ues one.

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Shadow110 1072 giải pháp 14836 câu trả lời
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Right Click your links in the History window so they open in what ever fashion you want.

If 3 Button mouse suppose to be something for that also.

Run with Show all History window open

For quick short recent history hold the back button arrow down.

I can not seem to find about:config settings for that.

If you know what Chrome calls it it maybe easier to track down as a Extension.

Right Click your links in the History window so they open in what ever fashion you want. If 3 Button mouse suppose to be something for that also. Run with Show all History window open For quick short recent history hold the back button arrow down. I can not seem to find about:config settings for that. If you know what Chrome calls it it maybe easier to track down as a Extension.