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My Firefox opens all clicked links in a new tab--how can change the settings back to opening links in the same tab instead of a new tab?

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I changed the setting when I first got my Mac to open clicked links in a new tab because I didn't have the track pad set up the way I needed to to click through to "Open in a New Tab." But now I have that all set up, I can't find where that setting was changed and I would like to open any link directly clicked on in the same tab, not a new one. This may also be in the Mac settings as well, but I can't find where I changed it any obvious place.

I changed the setting when I first got my Mac to open clicked links in a new tab because I didn't have the track pad set up the way I needed to to click through to "Open in a New Tab." But now I have that all set up, I can't find where that setting was changed and I would like to open any link directly clicked on in the same tab, not a new one. This may also be in the Mac settings as well, but I can't find where I changed it any obvious place.

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Type about:preferences#general<enter> in the address bar. Under Tabs, look for Open new windows in a new tab instead

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You can set browser.link.open_newwindow to 1 on the about:config page.

See:

For links opened via JavaScript you can look at this pref:

You can open the about:config page via the location/address bar. You can accept the warning and click "I'll be careful" to continue.