>1) Middle click to open a link in a child tab
>2) Close the parent tab
>3) Open the child tab
>4) Pres go back twice to access the history of the parent tab.
What's the difference between that and simply opening the link in the
Also, you can Ctrl+ or middle-click the Reload button to duplicate the
On Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 12:44:30 PM UTC+1, Neil wrote:
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> What's the difference between that and simply opening the link in the
> Also, you can Ctrl+ or middle-click the Reload button to duplicate the
I guess that different people have different browsing habits. Here are mine:
Whenever I read a webpage with several interesting links, I like to open each link in a separate tabs, while I read the parent page. This allows me to load the new pages in the background. I often end up with a queue of 30 tabs waiting to be read. My problem is that I lose history, whenever I close a parent tab.
Middle clicking on reload is a nice feature, but it requires me to make an active choice whenever I want to copy history. In comparison Galeon did not require me to make an active choice.
Furthermore middle clicking on reload is slightly cumbersome, because I have to wait for the duplicate to load before I can press to open the link. Subsequently I have to click once again to return to the parent tab. This was easier in Galeon.
I realize that this feature may not be helpful to everybody, but it would be useful for me :-)