Open tabs that would normally be opened last next to the current one. Tabs that are being re-opened are thus not included. You can use `Ctrl-Y` (`Ctrl-Shift-Y` on Windows) to open a new tab at the default location.
After the addition of the browser.tabs.insertAfterCurrent setting in about:config you do not need this extension anymore.
Caused by limitations of the webextension API, see
- tabs are visibly moved to their final position
- the tab bar is scrolled so the opened tab becomes the first visible one on
the left (Firefox only) - you can set `browser.tabs.tabMinWidth` in
`about:config` to something low like `20` so the tab bar is not scrollable
- when opening multiple tabs at once, only one of them is opened at the right
You can report bugs or make feature requests on https://github.com/sblask/webextension-open-tabs-next-to-current.
Patches are welcome.
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This add-on can:
- Access recently closed tabs