When I click on a link with the "central" button of the mouse (or the
ball) I get that behaviour.
Does this help?
On 01/05/2010 11:14 AM, Gareth Eason wrote:
>> I use Chrome (on Linux and OS X) and would like it to behave as it first did
> with respect to opening tabs. Specifically, I would like the default click
> behaviour to open a tab but NOT change the focus from the tab I'm browsing in.
> This behaviour is synonymous with Ctrl+Click, but that doesn't always work,
> particularly in Google Reader for some reason.
>> Is there some (hidden?) method of making Chrome default to Ctrl+Clicking on
> links? In particular it would be great if I could invert the current
> behaviour: Click to open link in new tab, Ctrl+Click to open in new tab and
> make it foreground.
>> Thanks in advance.
> Best regards,
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