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This is a discussion on 2 questions within the Chrome Talk section, part of the Google Chrome category: Hi. Sorry 4 my bad English. I have 2 questions. 1. When I click right mouse button on some link ...


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    Hi. Sorry 4 my bad English. I have 2 questions.

    1. When I click right mouse button on some link and I take "open link in new card" Chrome automatically go to this tab. How to change it?

    And second question. How add to Chrome this option ( I don't know how to call it ) from FF, Opra or IE:



    I use Google Chrome 3.0.195.1

    Thx 4 help.

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    Chrome already does the second, though it doesn't organize it like that, it just shows it by how often you go to the links and stuff. You can't make it show "History" sections and what not.

    For the first you can either middle-click the link or Ctrl+Left click the link
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    Sadly, from 3.0.195.1 the menu "Open in new Tab" no more opens the tab in background but as active tab.

    This is an experimental feature.

    Link to the news: http://groups.google.it/group/chromi...80f879d7c7518#

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    @ Giaco & OpenNingia: What is so wrong with the middle click?

    (Unless you have a Mac)

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    Waha - thx a lot.

    Luc VN - I use toshiba laptop and I don't hawe middle click. The "open new tab in background" option was better for me, so I hope that Google at future will give me capability of choice...

    I salute cordially.

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    have you tried clicking both the keys together on your laptop?

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    It does not working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sulasno View Post
    have you tried clicking both the keys together on your laptop?
    That is a software emulation that isn't activated by default in lots of laptops.
    Last edited by OpenNingia; 07-29-2009 at 10:06 AM.

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    ooops

    I had to install the drivers that comes with my notebook otherwise other features of the touchpad do not work

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    I use Windows 7 and there is no drivers for my laps working with this system. I must use standard drivers from OS. Everything working good, but there is no possible to active middle button. So, as I said at top, I hope that Google at the future will give me capability of choice...

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