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I seem to remember this being out of the box in Firefox and I'd love to get the same functionality in Chrome. Perhaps it's an issue because each tab is a separate process?

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Update: Google Chrome implemented a bookmark all tabs functionality. All you do is right click on any tab button (strip) and you will see an option to bookmark it or all tabs.

Yes, there is a chrome extension that you can download that would bookmark all tabs via keyboard shortcut (CTRL+SHIFT+D) You can download the extension here:

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Thanks for this! Works like charm. – atom255 Oct 5 '09 at 16:26
You could update your answer since it's now possible to do that. – slhck May 31 '12 at 21:52

It's now without any extension CTRL+SHIFT+D

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Works for me in Mozilla Firefox aswell (same combination). great advice, thank you AMgdy. – MasterMastic Jun 4 '12 at 2:25

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