Cloning might be a hot button topic in the world today, but as far as I know it is still safe to do within your browser. Have you ever wanted to duplicate one of your Firefox tabs? We all navigate through the Web in different ways, and the Duplicate Tab extension tosses one more into the mix. This extension allows you to clone a tab along with its history.
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There is no way to open an image or graphic in a new tab via Firefox. Why do you think this is? A conspiracy against image browsing? No, probably not. Now there is an extension to put your mind to rest. The Open Image In New Tab extension does just that, it opens up any image in a new tab.
Want to open up a new tab in Firefox? Well, all you have to do is double click on the tab bar to do so. Don’t want to mess around with your mouse? If that is the case, then hit the Ctrl key plus T key on the keyboard. Want another solution? Go up to File, then select “New Tab”. As you can see there are multiple ways of getting the same thing done. All you have to do is pick your favorite!
Tag cloning doesn’t sound like it would be too much fun. Sometimes you do need to have two tabs open showing the same Web site. You could launch the Web site twice. You could navigate to the Web site twice. Why do all that work? All you need to do is get Duplicate Tabs.
Do you want to add a little more “giddy up” to your tabbing experience in Firefox? Have all the other tab Firefox extensions let you down? Do you have no other place to turn? Well, have no fear because superT is here!
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