Re: huge weblog post with my suggestions for improvement in Epiphany

On Sat, 2008-03-29 at 16:36 -0500, Steve Bergman wrote:
> My only criticism of the way tabs are handled is that Epiphany does
> not have a mode, as Firefox does, that forces new windows into tabs in
> the existing window.  That's actually about the *only* thing that I
> miss in Epiphany as compared to Firefox.

I think this is only a workaround for the real problem. The web
developer shouldn't be the one to decide which pages go into new tabs,
windows or load in the same window. This should be the users choice.
Anything else is unintuitive. 

What i would like is for Epiphany to have Yet Another Setting presented
to me. Something like: "Let web pages specify where new links are
loaded" (preferably a more descriptive and compact string but that's
besides the point really). When unchecked all left-clicked links would
open in the same window and tab (but i would of course be able to open
them in new tabs or windows by middle clicking or using the right click


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