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Openning articles in tabs

The little sidebar here indicates that Google Reader can be set to view entries in a tab, instead of in a new window.

I just spent 10 minutes looking in Google Reader's preferences for that setting. Grr!

I want that behavior from Google Reader, I don't want to force it for all sites I visit.

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tpederson
Oct. 9th, 2006 06:50 pm (UTC)
Hmmm, so you don't like to just have a TabPrefs extension handle that for you? I could not stand to have windows being opened, so pretty much everything is sent to new tabs for me. And hence I never bothered looking for that pref. Were you able to figure it out? I didn't see it.
dblume
Oct. 9th, 2006 07:09 pm (UTC)
I didn't know there was an extension that did what I wanted! Here's what I do: I hold down the "Ctrl" key when I click on links that I want to open in a new tab window. But I can't do that for Google Reader, because the "V" key is the key to open articles in their own window, and Ctrl+V means something else, clipboard paste.

So, exactly which TabPrefs extension is the one that'll allow me to say, For Exactly www.google.com/reader/* force links that would otherwise open in new windows to open in a new tab.
tpederson
Oct. 9th, 2006 08:36 pm (UTC)
I use Tabbrowser Preferences, but it's a heavy handed solution since it won't do it on a per site basis. That probably wasn't clear from my post.
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