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Whenever there is a clickable link in a page in Chrome I want it to open in a new tab beside it. How do I do that? Only clickable links not every thing on a webpage.

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Have you tried middle clicking? If not Ctrl+click (or command+click in OSX) should do the trick.

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There are several Chrome extensions that allow you to do this. You can find an overview of them at this link https://chrome.google.com/webstore/search/open%20all%20links.

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