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[quote=siria] If you have some [b]free space on the tab bar, just double-click there[/b]. ([b]Attention[/b], this *default* settings also closes a tab if you click on it instead of free space. If that happens, click "Sessions/Undo Last Closed") Or right-click on a tab and use the context menu. Or move the tab icons from the top toolbar to the side of your tabs row at bottom, there's a setting in preferences somewhere. I suppose you don't want to use the keyboard shortcut (Ctrl+T) Take a closer look at the settings, what you want to happen if you middle- or right- or double-click on a tab or on free space, choose one of it for opening a new tab. I've set mine to close tabs with middle-clicking on it, and always opening new tabs with double-clicking anyhwere, on free space or another tab doesn't matter. [b]F2 > Browsing > Tabbed Browsing, Tab: Tab Bar[/b] By the way those close buttons on tabs are mainly there for newbies, who haven't yet figured out that tabs can also be closed by double- or middle-click, depending on your settings, and without those not-really-needed close buttons you have more space to see the tab titles :cool: PS: That settings offers to "open a new tab when clicking a free space". That [b]description is wrong[/b], at least on my machine it also opens a new tab when clicking on an existing tab! Or is that only on win98??[/quote]
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