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How Can I Stop Tabs from Opening in a New Window?

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Since I updated to the newest version of Firefox, I am PLAGUED by a problem, and I can't get it to stop. When I return to Firefox and click on any tab, it almost always causes that tab to open in a new window. I understand this is a feature--drag a tab into the screen and it will cause that tab to open as a window, but I am not meaning to drag these tabs! I am using Firefox EXACTLY as I have used it for years, but for some reason, it seems to be interpreting my clicks differently--either I am dragging the tab a *tiny* bit, or it is simply registering that I have dragged the tab when I haven't. Is there a way to disable this feature? Or a way to decrease the sensitivity of the thing, so that you have to actually drag the tab all the way into the window before it opens as a new window? It is truly making me batty. I'm about to switch permanently to Chrome.

To be totally clear: this is happening when I am simply trying to switch from one tab to another.

Since I updated to the newest version of Firefox, I am PLAGUED by a problem, and I can't get it to stop. When I return to Firefox and click on any tab, it almost always causes that tab to open in a new window. I understand this is a feature--drag a tab into the screen and it will cause that tab to open as a window, but I am not meaning to drag these tabs! I am using Firefox EXACTLY as I have used it for years, but for some reason, it seems to be interpreting my clicks differently--either I am dragging the tab a *tiny* bit, or it is simply registering that I have dragged the tab when I haven't. Is there a way to disable this feature? Or a way to decrease the sensitivity of the thing, so that you have to actually drag the tab all the way into the window before it opens as a new window? It is truly making me batty. I'm about to switch permanently to Chrome. To be totally clear: this is happening when I am simply trying to switch from one tab to another.

由angusbcb于修改

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You do not need to move your cursor much when pressing the mouse button to cause the tab to tear-off/tear-away into a new tab. No "sensitivity" setting that I am aware of. The tab in the new window can be dragged back to the original window.

To disable the feature, install this: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/bug489729-disable-detach-and-t/

  • Read the information on the above page
  • Set options for the add-on: Add-ons > Extensions, click Options next to the specific Extension (the 2 options are defined/explained in the above page).


If this reply solves your problem, please click "Solved It" next to this reply when signed-in to the forum.

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You do not need to move your cursor much when pressing the mouse button to cause the tab to tear-off/tear-away into a new tab. No "sensitivity" setting that I am aware of. The tab in the new window can be dragged back to the original window.

To disable the feature, install this: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/bug489729-disable-detach-and-t/

  • Read the information on the above page
  • Set options for the add-on: Add-ons > Extensions, click Options next to the specific Extension (the 2 options are defined/explained in the above page).


If this reply solves your problem, please click "Solved It" next to this reply when signed-in to the forum.

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Thank you! That looks like what I needed.

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Thanks

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Yeah, I'll be happy to do that after I'm sure it's worked. From the reviews, it looks good, but I'll check it out for a day or so. Then, if it has truly solved the problem, I'll be happy to recommend it to everybody!