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I don't want to open those applications in separate tabs because it is annoying.

Anyone, knows any solution?

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Do you have a 2800x1200 screen or what? :p –  slhck May 10 '11 at 14:04
    
we need more information on what your question is. do you wan't a separate window for each? –  mjrider May 10 '11 at 14:28
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What is the question? –  Johan May 10 '11 at 14:45
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When you're at one Google site and you use the navigation bar at the top of the page to click another Google site, it opens in a new window or tab instead of opening in-place, the way ordinary links do. Coola evidently doesn't want to open a new tab. (I'm the same way; when I click a link, it's because I'm finished with the current page, so I have no need for the existing page to remain.) –  Rob Kennedy May 10 '11 at 15:39
    
That's right Mr. Kennedy :) –  Michał Kuliński May 10 '11 at 20:26
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You can get part of the way with the Tile Tabs addon for Firefox

Allows tabs to be tiled within the Firefox browser. Tiles can be arranged horizontally, vertically or in a grid. Tiles can be re-sized by dragging splitter bars. Links can be dragged to open in other tiles. Scrolling of tiles can be synchronized. enter image description here

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I guess that's the only solution anyway because the Google products use X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN to protect against CSRF, so no-go for iframes. –  slhck May 10 '11 at 15:33
    
It is interesting solution, I admit. –  Michał Kuliński May 10 '11 at 20:35
    
Other cool and quick solution when I want those links to open "in place" - just drag them to the address bar. –  Michał Kuliński May 11 '11 at 9:19
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Kind of a clunky solution, but you can drag the link for the "other" app into your address bar, and your browser will open it in the same window. For example, if you're in Gmail and want to go to Calendar, just drag the Calendar link and drop it in the address bar.

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