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when opening a new tab, allow a choice to go to an already open tab

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My Firefox used to do this and it either rarely does it now or never does it. And that is... when I would type in, say, "anysite.com," it would have an alert and ask if I want to go to a certain already open tab. I could then click on it and go to that open tab, such that I do not open a new tab. Which would be redundant. How I can I make it do this again? I always have a LOT of tabs open!

My Firefox used to do this and it either rarely does it now or never does it. And that is... when I would type in, say, "anysite.com," it would have an alert and ask if I want to go to a certain already open tab. I could then click on it and go to that open tab, such that I do not open a new tab. Which would be redundant. How I can I make it do this again? I always have a LOT of tabs open!

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That is about showing 'Open tabs' as a suggestion in the address bar drop-down list.

The location bar drop-down list can show history items, bookmarked pages, pages opened in tabs, top sites, and search suggestions. You can set what suggestions show when you enter an URL in the location/address bar bar.

  • Settings -> Privacy & Security
    Address Bar: When using the location bar, suggest:
    Browsing history
    Bookmarks
    Open tabs
    Shortcuts
    Search engines

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Thanks. I looked at what you suggested and mine is already set that way. I note a 'problem.' It appears to me that for, say, a URL that begins with a domain name of bbb.com, if you have an open tab from that site, obviously, it starts with 'bbb.com,' it will show the open tab as a suggestion. But if a site page has a URL of, say, app.bbb.com and you type 'bbb,' it will not show it as an open tab; if you type 'app,' it will show it. I am surmising that you have to know the first few letters of the actual URL.

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