FF 1.5 equivalent to IE's CTRL N?

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FF 1.5 equivalent to IE's CTRL N?

Bobby-6
I like the way that IE creates a new window with exactly the same contents
as the current window and I would like to do something similar in FF - but
as a new tabbed window rather than a new instance of FF.

Is this possible?

Cheers.

Bobby


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Re: FF 1.5 equivalent to IE's CTRL N?

Sam-21
On Sat, 7 Jan 2006 19:03:40 -0000, "Bobby" <[hidden email]> wrote:

>I like the way that IE creates a new window with exactly the same contents
>as the current window and I would like to do something similar in FF - but
>as a new tabbed window rather than a new instance of FF.
>
>Is this possible?
>
>Cheers.
>
>Bobby

There's an extension called "Duplicate Tab" that might do what you're
looking for.

Sam

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Re: FF 1.5 equivalent to IE's CTRL N?

Martin Bagge / brother
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Bobby wrote:
> I like the way that IE creates a new window with exactly the same contents
> as the current window and I would like to do something similar in FF - but
> as a new tabbed window rather than a new instance of FF.
>
> Is this possible?

tabbrowser prefereces does it.

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Re: FF 1.5 equivalent to IE's CTRL N?

Bobby-6
Can you explain further Martin?

"Martin Bagge / brother" <brother@somewhere> wrote in message
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> Bobby wrote:
>> I like the way that IE creates a new window with exactly the same
>> contents
>> as the current window and I would like to do something similar in FF -
>> but
>> as a new tabbed window rather than a new instance of FF.
>>
>> Is this possible?
>
> tabbrowser prefereces does it.
>
> --
> /Martin Bagge
> mail: [hidden email]
> PGP:  http://martin.bagge.nu/pgp.asc
> web:  http://martin.bagge.nu 


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Re: FF 1.5 equivalent to IE's CTRL N?

Martin Bagge / brother
Bobby wrote:
> Can you explain further Martin?

No, I thought I had seen that option but probably not.

Anyhow, this is a confirmed way though:
Install duplicate tab, http://twanno.mozdev.org/duplicatetab
Install keyconfig, http://mozilla.dorando.at/keyconfig.xpi
Rebind duplicate tab to the keysequence of new tab and you're done. For
keyboards that is.

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Re: FF 1.5 equivalent to IE's CTRL N?

Bobby-6
Cheers Martin.

The duplicate tab extension is exactly what I'm looking for. No need for the
keyconfig utility.

It should really be built into FF. Super functionality.

"Martin Bagge / brother" <brother@somewhere> wrote in message
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> Bobby wrote:
>> Can you explain further Martin?
>
> No, I thought I had seen that option but probably not.
>
> Anyhow, this is a confirmed way though:
> Install duplicate tab, http://twanno.mozdev.org/duplicatetab
> Install keyconfig, http://mozilla.dorando.at/keyconfig.xpi
> Rebind duplicate tab to the keysequence of new tab and you're done. For
> keyboards that is.
>
> --
> /Martin Bagge
> mail: [hidden email]
> PGP:  http://martin.bagge.nu/pgp.asc
> web:  http://martin.bagge.nu 


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