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Pinned feedly tab opens Google login in new tab

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FF 75, but this has been the same for a couple of versions. I have Feedly as a pinned tab. When I choose to log into it, then choose log in using Google, the Google login page launches in a new tab instead of the current, pinned one. After logging in successfully it's not even possible to refresh the pinned tab to be logged into it; I have to pin the new tab and close the original.

This doesn't happen if logging into Feedly through Safari or Chrome.

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Are you using multi-account containers at all? This might simply be a thing that google is doing, demanding a new tab and all that.

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Opening a link from a pinned tab in a new tab is probably a feature that happens if you open a link to another host to keep the original page. If you stay in the same domain then opening in the same tab should be possible, but if you leave this domain then a new tab is opened.

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Eve said

Are you using multi-account containers at all? This might simply be a thing that google is doing, demanding a new tab and all that.

Not using multi-account containers (as far as I know!). It's not something that Google is doing, because it doesn't happen in Safari or Chrome.

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cor-el said

Opening a link from a pinned tab in a new tab is probably a feature that happens if you open a link to another host to keep the original page. If you stay in the same domain then opening in the same tab should be possible, but if you leave this domain then a new tab is opened.

I could understand this if it weren't a) behaving differently to other browsers and b) if it hadn't only recently changed. Until a few weeks ago it behaved exactly as other browsers do. Something has changed in Firefox with a recent update that has changed this behaviour.

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