- by Skrell, 4 years agoRated 4 out of 5Love this addon but please add the ability to open new links NEXT TO the current tab and not at the end of all the tabs. This would make this a perfect addon!
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The problem with the addon below is that I think it forces ALL new tabs to open next to the current one instead of just the ones opened via a link. Basically the default behavior right now if I right click a link and say "open in new tab" is what I want from your extension.
Developer responseposted 4 years agoi could do it, but i think this add-on gives that functionality: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/open-tabs-next-to-current/
Tell me if it is good enough, and i will add it to the description for people find it better.
Ok i see, i will look what i can do
- by Firefox user 12357730, 4 years agoRated 4 out of 5But I have to use version 1.4 : with version 1.5, dragging up links to open them didn't work anymore, especially in forums.
Developer responseposted 4 years agoi think i have the problem, the calculations to see if the drop is made inside the content area is affected by the zoom used, i will look it
I released 1.6, it checks that drag operation has been inside browser window instead of viewport content of the website, because there isn't a trusty way of doing it.
- by Bo Bayles, 5 years agoRated 4 out of 5Clean and simple approach that makes browsing with a laptop easier. I'd give this five stars if it worked for searching highlighted text also!
Developer responseposted 5 years agoI tried to make that feature before release, but with webextensions, i can't find a way to get the default search engine to use it. I could use google by default, but not everybody uses google, so for now you can drag the text to the address or search bar.
I neither want to use the old addon sdk because it's going to be removed :/
After thinking a little bit, i could make an options page to set the query url of the search engine the user wants to use, but dunno if it is worth the effort