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Generate a new tab

Post by RickInMesa » Mon Oct 02, 2006 3:44 pm

I'm a new Avant user so please excuse if this has been covered before. I checked Search and I couldn't find anything. When I have a tab open and select a link to a new site it opens within the existing tab. I would like to be able to click on links and have each of them open in their own tab. I'm sure it can be done, I just figure out how.
Thanks in advance.

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Post by hornakapopolis » Mon Oct 02, 2006 4:01 pm

To open a link in a new tab, either hold Shift while clicking or click the link with your middle mouse button.scroll-wheel. You can also right-click and choose Open in New Window, but I find the first two the easiest.

You can also find some options for how the middle-mouse button functions at Tools -> Avant Browser Options -> Mouse.

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Post by darobin » Tue Oct 03, 2006 2:25 pm

Yes, but I also have this problem and can't seem
to find the setting that would enable right click
tab open from the actual list of links rather than
the bottom pane????

hornakapopolis wrote:To open a link in a new tab, either hold Shift while clicking or click the link with your middle mouse button.scroll-wheel. You can also right-click and choose Open in New Window, but I find the first two the easiest.

You can also find some options for how the middle-mouse button functions at Tools -> Avant Browser Options -> Mouse.

Also, welcome to the forum!

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Post by hornakapopolis » Tue Oct 03, 2006 2:32 pm

To both of you... when you say "links," do you mean links on a webpage or your saved bookmarks/favorites?

If it's the former, holding Shift, the middle-button, or right-clicking are your only options.

If it's the latter, check Tools -> Avant Browser Options -> New Window -> Always create a new window for: -> Bookmarks.

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Post by darobin » Wed Oct 04, 2006 2:15 pm

Actually, what I was getting at is how to click directly on
individual RSS items in the top of the pane (not the
item as displayed in the bottom of the window) and
bring those RSS links up in a new tab/window....

In old Avant versions, you could actually click on
the RSS link itself .....and bring them up in a new
tab/window....(?)

hornakapopolis wrote:To both of you... when you say "links," do you mean links on a webpage or your saved bookmarks/favorites?

If it's the former, holding Shift, the middle-button, or right-clicking are your only options.

If it's the latter, check Tools -> Avant Browser Options -> New Window -> Always create a new window for: -> Bookmarks.

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Post by hornakapopolis » Wed Oct 04, 2006 2:33 pm

Try clicking on the image to the links' left.

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