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Same question as Make Safari open new links in existing windows as a tab, rather than a new window (for Mac OS X), how can I do this with Windows?

Example, every time I open a link in Google Reader a new window is created, I would like that window to be created as a tab and not a new window on Windows. Can this be done?

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It can be noted that adding the key TargetedClicksCreateTabs to %APPDATA%\Apple Computer\Safari\Preferences\ on Windows does not actually yield the desired results with Google Reader. External apps do respect the preference in the General section. – Chealion Aug 6 '09 at 20:17
I'm not following what you're trying to do - when you click a link in Google Reader, it opens the item in the pane.. at least for me – warren Sep 18 '09 at 16:01

Yes, click the link while pressing CTRL key and it will open in a new tab.

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