browser.bookmarks.openInTabClosesMenu in Chrome

About a year or two ago I finally switched my web browser from Internet Explorer 11 to Chrome. Yes, I was an avid Internet Explorer fan, but the sluggishness and crap rendering made me finally make the move to Chrome. I actually use Firefox too, but primarily, everything is in Chrome.

One awesome thing that I really like with Chrome is that you can create a favorite folder in the favorite’s bar and drag and drop favorites into the folder. When you turn this flag to false: browser.bookmarks.openInTabClosesMenu, you can open up a folder, middle click on a favoreite and the folder stays open which then allows you to open up second, third, forth, fifth, sixth, however many links you want. Of course, you might tell me that I should just middle click the entire folder, but, what if I don’t want to open every single link inside the folder?

Besides, if Firefox can do this, Chrome should be able to too.

Another minor annoyance that Chrome does is opening up new links from the favorite’s bar and various websites open up in a tab at the very far right of your tab set. In Firefox, you can turn on a flag so that every time you open up a new favoritre, it iopens up to the right of your current tab. That’s what I want!

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