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Thanks. And one suggestion Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Hi there, thanks for this nice extension. I have one suggestion that would make it super useful for me.
* I perform a search for "Firefox" in google.com
* The search results appear
* I split the window to the right
* Now I have two windows, one containing google search results, the other window is empty
* I right click in the empty window and select an option saying "Make this window the target of links"
* Now I go back to the google search results and click the first link. The page opens in the empty window. Now I have a window showing the google results and another window showing the first result of the google search.
* Now I click the second search result. This link opens in the window showing the first result. Now I have a window showing the google results and another window showing the second result of the google search.
* Now I hold down CTRL and click on the third search result. This search result opens in a TAB in the second window. Now I have a window showing the google results and another window containing two tabs, the first tab showing the second result of the google search and the second tab showing the third google search result.
I hope that makes sense. I think it would be an excellent addition to firefox, and actually it is something I have been looking for for years :-)
I can almost do this right now by dragging the google search result links into the other window, but it would be excellent to be able to designate another split window as the target of links.
Thanks very much,