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Open links in private shortcut?

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Hi everyone :)

I didn't find anything about it: I'm looking for a shortcut to open links in the private window without opening the context menu (right click)

I know that.....:

  • CTRL + Click open in a new Tab (Or middle click)
  • CTRL + SHIFT + Click open in a new Tab and focus on this new tab (or SHIFT + middle click)
  • SHIFT + Click open the link in a new Window

But actually I didn't find any combination to open it in a new private window. Even the context menu "Open Link in a new private window" isn't what I'm looking for as I don't want the new window to be on top.

Is there a way to do it, maybe an extension ?

Thanks for reading, Alex.

Hi everyone :) I didn't find anything about it: I'm looking for a shortcut to open links in the private window without opening the context menu (right click) I know that.....: * '''CTRL + Click '''open in a new Tab (Or '''middle click''') * '''CTRL + SHIFT + Click''' open in a new Tab and focus on this new tab (or '''SHIFT + middle click''') * '''SHIFT + Click''' open the link in a new Window But actually I didn't find any combination to open it in a new private window. Even the context menu "Open Link in a new private window" isn't what I'm looking for as I don't want the new window to be on top. Is there a way to do it, maybe an extension ? Thanks for reading, Alex.

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