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[quote=Doon] Hey there mhf, I was in the neighborhood so I provided that 'for example' to supplement James' advice. ;-) I can understand why you'd want this functionality for particular sites, especially if you're already jUGGgling multiple open tabs. FYI, the core issue is that links in web pages use the html tag "href=" (with a page name/address following the equals sign) which by default opens in the current window/tab, but an additional html tag "target=" can be used to direct the link to open in a new or other open [i]named[/i] window/tab -- these targeted links are the ones you're targeting, and your solution is a great way to manually override them. [color=green]Update: Don't do exactly what the next paragraph says! Follow Siria's posting below instead. ;-)[/color] Furthermore (I'm such a bore), if one clicked [b]Edit --> Configuration --> Menus[/b] to open the current user's "menus.cfg" and pasted in [s]the entire code example provided above[/s] to a blank spot in the "menus.cfg", it would be enough to update the link context menu as requested. I mention this for the sake of anyone who might be reading this and didn't already know that menus can be changed and updated so easily in this manner. Further still, I'll shamelessly link yet again to my own early compilation of customization advice written by a newbie for newbies, which covers some basics of menu editing and other useful things: [url=http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net/forum/read.php?1,96463]http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net/forum/read.php?1,96463[/url] And always worth mentioning is desga2's massively useful K-Meleon Quick Guide (for usable commands): [url=http://two.xthost.info/kmeleon/lizard/commands.html]http://two.xthost.info/kmeleon/lizard/commands.html[/url][/quote]
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