Tuesday, 16 February 2010

Open new tabs on the right in Firefox 3.6

Mozilla have changed the way that new tabs operate in Firefox 3.6. When opening a new tab from a link on a web-page, the new version of Firefox will place it to the right of the current tab, rather than at the far right of the list as it did in previous versions.

To revert to the old functionality type about:config in the address bar and then click the "I'll be careful, I promise!" button if it appears.

In the filter type tabs.insertRelatedAfterCurrent and then right-click on the entry and click "Toggle".


FishHawk said...

Thank you so very much for posting this. I just upgraded to 3.6 yesterday, and after following your very easy instructions, IT WORKS THE WAY I WANT IT TO!!!

Laane said...

Oh, you've just saved my day and my mood.

What a relief you gave the instructions how to reverse this stupid tab opening change.

Thanks a lot!!!

ambulance said...

Great posting hank you for shearing your good post.

Stepterix said...

Thank you all for your kind words. This 'innovation' in Firefox annoyed me enough to find a fix for it. I figured that it would be annoying others too.

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