Re: tabbed browsing


Le jeudi 13 janvier 2005 à 19:10 -0500, Amarpreet Rattan a écrit :
> On Tue, 2005-01-11 at 18:31 -0500, Adam Hooper wrote:
> > On Tue, 2005-01-11 at 16:12 -0500, Amarpreet Rattan wrote:
> > > is there a way to force all new calls to the browser to open tabs
> > > instead of windows?  i only like to have one browser window open.
> > 
> > Go to Desktop Preferences -> Advanced -> Preferred Applications. Choose
> > "Custom Web Browser" and make the command "epiphany --new-tab %s".
> > 
> > (I haven't tested this myself, but it ought to work!)
> this appears to work, but only if i click on something outside of
> epiphany.  it appears that popups open new windows.
> is there a way to set epiphany to open tab ALWAYS?  that is, whenever
> any program, including epiphany itself, wants to open a new page, it
> ALWAYS (without exception) opens a new tab.
> actually, i am a galeon user and "always open in tabs" feature keeps
> drawing me back to galeon.  that and mouse gestures.  however, i thought
> that i would give epiphany a try.  but i am a one browser window kind of
> guy, there is only enough room for one browser window on my desktop...

Unfortunately it's not possible to implement this cleanly without
crashes (in case the new tab closes before we activate it, for example
in onblur). Galeon has a hack around that, which introduces other
problems, so I don't want to copy that for the time being.


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