572074 at bugs.launchpad.net
Fri Jan 27 23:32:35 UTC 2012
I had forgotten that the new tab button even existed since I use ctrl+n
and cmd+n to open a new tab and completely remove the new tab button as
it just clutters up space and takes up room for a more experienced user
like myself. Perhaps two behaviors for either action - tab button press
opens a new tab at the end, while ctrl+n or cmd+n generates one next to
the tab the user is in?
It's wildly disorienting to have the new tab show up so far away from
the tab you're using if you generate it using a keyboard shortcut. It's
also particularly annoying when you need it to research something on the
tab you're currently using as well - particularly if your desire is to
compare the two pages.
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