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[quote=SlugFiller] Yeah, maybe I was unclear. The setting in "Tabbed Browsing" sets for all tab opening events - middle click link, ctrl+T, opening via bookmark, etc. It is -one- setting, for -various- types of tab opening. I want each to be configured separately. For instance, in "Netscape Bookmarks", I get (for each button, which is very cool) the options: * In the current tab * In a new tab x Background * In a new window x Background I want it to be: * In the current tab * In a new tab x Background x Next to current tab * In a new window x Background So that I could, for instance, set right click to open next to the current tab, and middle click to open at the end (or vice versa). But my main point was that while I can set the buttons for bookmarks, I can't set the buttons for links. "Window Diversion" only effects "target=_blank" links, it doesn't effect middle click. I know, I checked the "open in background" there, and it had no effect on middle click. I've looked in all the preferences and menus, and could find one. I did just try "Mouse Accelerators". It seems to work, but I am slightly alarmed that it is only available as presets, with no "custom" option. I would have much preferred if the "Open" option in "Browsing->General" had, in addition to "Typed URLs", also "left clicked links", "right clicked links", "middle clicked links", and maybe also the same 3 for "links with target=_blank" (for ultimate configurability). On the "about:" issue, I already resolved it. I opened regedit, exported "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\CLASSES\http", changed the name to "about", re-imported, deleted the DDE stuff (since they don't work for about), and now it runs fine. Would be nicer if that was available in a wizard or something, but it's well within the range of what I can do manually. On the double click issue, note in "Tabbed Browsing->TabBar" at the bottom, there is a variety of option for each button, but there is no "do nothing" option. I can't, for instance, set double-click to do nothing. Also, there is no "close the clicked tab or undo close tab" option, and I'm sort of missing that, even though the keyboard shortcut is probably more convinient, and I'll probably get used to it soon enough.[/quote]
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