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Handling of web pages in a tab: view content, move/delete individual web pages IN a TAB

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A tab can contain multiple web pages. I can go forward and backward to look at the web pages, good. What I can't do is: Look at all web pages contained in a tab and access the one I want, extract a web page in a tab and open it alone in a new tab, delete selectively web pages contained in a tab AND I cannot open all web pages contained in a tab in separate tabs. In short: easy handling of tab content. (the extension tree style does not help).

Thanks!

A tab can contain multiple web pages. I can go forward and backward to look at the web pages, good. What I can't do is: Look at all web pages contained in a tab and access the one I want, extract a web page in a tab and open it alone in a new tab, delete selectively web pages contained in a tab AND I cannot open all web pages contained in a tab in separate tabs. In short: easy handling of tab content. (the extension tree style does not help). Thanks!

被選擇的解決方法

A tab has its own history (back history, forward history). As far as I know, the only way to view the history is using the back/forward buttons. You can either right-click one of them or long-press one of them to drop down the list. This is similar to using the little down-arrow next to them in Internet Explorer 11.

While viewing the list, if you want to launch one of the pages in a different tab, you can try one of these methods:

  • Ctrl+click the history entry
  • middle-click the history entry with the mouse scroll wheel

Or if working with the list is too fiddly, you can duplicate the tab itself using either:

  • Ctrl+click the Reload button on the toolbar
  • middle-click the Reload button on the toolbar
  • Ctrl+click and drag the current tab to a new location on the tab bar and release it there

Then in the new tab you can use the tab history list to navigate to a different page.

Does that make sense?

As for any operations on more than one tab history entry at a time, I'm not aware of any built-in feature for that. Maybe there is an add-on which could do it?? You could search here: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/extensions/

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選擇的解決方法

A tab has its own history (back history, forward history). As far as I know, the only way to view the history is using the back/forward buttons. You can either right-click one of them or long-press one of them to drop down the list. This is similar to using the little down-arrow next to them in Internet Explorer 11.

While viewing the list, if you want to launch one of the pages in a different tab, you can try one of these methods:

  • Ctrl+click the history entry
  • middle-click the history entry with the mouse scroll wheel

Or if working with the list is too fiddly, you can duplicate the tab itself using either:

  • Ctrl+click the Reload button on the toolbar
  • middle-click the Reload button on the toolbar
  • Ctrl+click and drag the current tab to a new location on the tab bar and release it there

Then in the new tab you can use the tab history list to navigate to a different page.

Does that make sense?

As for any operations on more than one tab history entry at a time, I'm not aware of any built-in feature for that. Maybe there is an add-on which could do it?? You could search here: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/extensions/

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Hi Jefferson, you are as always over many years the BEST! Thank you very much. Just one thing is missing: Is there also a way to delete a web page from the history list?

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Wow, thanks.

I don't think there is any way to remove a page from tab history. Definitely right-click is not available. Possibly removing it from regular history would do it, but I haven't tested.

I guess tab history is a bit of a misnomer. The tab may have seen many more pages. It's really only the direct back-forward history.