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I tested browser.tabs.insertRelatedAfterCurrent in about:config but this works only for opening new tabs using mouse middle button.

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You could try Tab Mix Plus, an add-on I've been using since forever-ish.

Once installed, in the Tab Mix Plus options, Events -> New Tabs -> "Open new tabs next to current one". The option below it, "Open other tabs next to current one", doesn't do exactly what you're looking for.

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In fact, I had to uncheck "Only if related to current tab" under checked "Open other tabs next to current one". – Discord Jan 29 '15 at 19:02

I'm using the Tab Control addon for the similar reason.

There is a setting: Position new tabs to right of current tab.

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Here is a relevant bug report:

Bug 528005 - Provide ways of opening new tabs next to the current tab

Here are some more suggested extensions:

Personally I'm using the second one.

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