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  1. Standard member xs
    Incroyant
    05 Oct '05 00:44 / 1 edit
    I'm a recent Firefox convert, and find the tabbed browsing to be fast and convenient.

    Would it be possible to make the Analyze Board function openable in a tabbed window?
    Left clicking and selecting "Open Link in New Tab" just opens the move board again.

    I can make it happen in a roundabout way and it looks like this:
    http://xs49.xs.to/pics/05403/AnalyzeBtab.jpg
    However, even though it opens, it does not function.
  2. Standard member XanthosNZ
    Cancerous Bus Crash
    05 Oct '05 01:03
    Originally posted by xs
    I'm a recent Firefox convert, and find the tabbed browsing to be fast and convenient.

    Would it be possible to make the Analyze Board function openable in a tabbed window? Left clicking and selecting "Open Link in New Tab" just opens the move board again.

    I can make it happen in a roundabout way and it looks like this:
    http://xs49.xs.to/pics/05403/AnalyzeBtab.jpg
    However, even though it opens, it does not function.
    Add this to your user.js file:

    // Reveal more tab/window options:
    user_pref("browser.tabs.showSingleWindowModePrefs", true);

    Restart Firefox then Tools -> Options -> Advanced -> Tabbed Browsing -> Force links that open new windows to open in -> new tab


    Simple as that.
  3. 05 Oct '05 01:03
    Originally posted by xs
    I'm a recent Firefox convert, and find the tabbed browsing to be fast and convenient.

    Would it be possible to make the Analyze Board function openable in a tabbed window? Left clicking and selecting "Open Link in New Tab" just opens the move board again.

    I can make it happen in a roundabout way and it looks like this:
    http://xs49.xs.to/pics/05403/AnalyzeBtab.jpg
    However, even though it opens, it does not function.
    Middle-click on 'game history'

    Same thing
  4. Standard member xs
    Incroyant
    05 Oct '05 01:27 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by XanthosNZ
    Add this to your user.js file:

    // Reveal more tab/window options:
    user_pref("browser.tabs.showSingleWindowModePrefs", true);

    Restart Firefox then Tools -> Options -> Advanced -> Tabbed Browsing -> Force links that open new windows to open in -> new tab


    Simple as that.
    Thanks XanthosNZ!

    Two things
    1.)My file was prefs.js
    b.)And you can't make the change to the file while the browser is open,
    because it overwrites it when you close to restart.