Tabs are a graphical user interface feature that allows multiple documents to be contained within a single window.

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Chrome's Aw Snap! in other languages than English

It seems our website may produce Aw Snap!. We have found a workaround and are looking for a list of the corresponding snaps in other languages to recognise when people are contacting our help desk.
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How can I open Chrome process such that if it crashes it will not affect other chrome processes?

I want to open a chrome tab that I plan to use to debug an issue that causes a crash. This means that the tab will crash a lot. The problem is that it causes all chrome processes to crash. How can I ...
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View IE multiple tabs in tile view

Would anybody know how to view multiple tabs in IE11 using the old "tile view"? (I wonder whether they have disabled this altogether & replaced it with the "show previews for individual tabs in ...
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Viewing Tab Separated Values on the Terminal (it doesn't show the tabs)

If I have a tab separated values file, and I say cat it, it nicely renders the file for me all lined up properly. Now if I try to copy paste (using my mouse), to another text editor. The tabs become ...
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Chrome browser window to show Person's name?

Google Chrome browser, Macbook Pro, OSX Yosemite v10.10 In Chrome, I use multiple "Persons" with multiple windows open for each Person. In Chrome, when I click on "Window" and the open windows ...
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What is the Firefox keyboard shortcut to open plain text url in new tab?

There are still webpages which contain full urls as plain text but without the link functionality. What I mean: www.google.com What I don't mean: www.google.com Is there a keyboard shortcut in ...
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Is there a command line to close a specific Chrome tab on Windows?

I'm running Chrome on Windows where I open a web site to record an online radio broadcast on schedule. Then when the broadcast is over I would prefer to close that specific web site. To do so my ...
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How do I modify the menubar in FireFox to display full page/tab title?

With FF 45.01 and previous versions for some time the page title is not displayed alongside of the menu bar, nor as part of it in Windows 10 and 8.1. Exists the option to change the value, ...
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How can I launch FireFox with no window frame or tabs / address bar?

I am looking for a way to launch Firefox from a script or command line without any window frame, address bar, or tabs. I'd like to be able to launch this at a given window size and position on screen. ...
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How to reorder tabs in Notepad++ using keyboard?

In Notepad++, is it possible to reorder tabs by moving current tab to the left/right using keyboard, similar to Ctrl+Shift+PageUp / Ctrl+Shift+PageDown shortcuts in Firefox?
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Do web browsers use different outgoing ports for different tabs?

In a web browser that supports having multiple tabs, such as Firefox, do different tabs that go to different website domains use a dedicated port for each domain?. Or does the browser use a single ...
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Vim Airline - how to disable tabline filename?

When I use Airline's Tabline in Vim, I get the filename twice in my Tabline. Once on the left, and again on the right. I would like to use the extra space on the right for other filenames. Here is a ...
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iTerm2 change color scheme of all tabs

Is it possible to change all color schemes in iTerm2 at once. As soon as it's getting dark outside I usually switch the color scheme to a darker one and the next morning I'm going for a lighter. But ...
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Tab glitch with tmux in archlinux

Bug difficult to explain, as it can have extremely random effects. But the idea is : when I open a new tab in my terminal using tmux (in tig, vim or cmus for exemple), the text always gets extremely ...
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Share FireFox's Session Manager sessions

I use FireFox at home and at work. I'm able to use DropBox on both. I wanted to share a FireFox's Session Manager session on them, so that pages I leave open at home will be available next day at ...
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Google Chrome: close tabs in signed devices no longer accessible

I recently had to reinstall my OS after a complete crash that damaged my previous hard drive. I'm configuring all applications again and I noticed that chrome reports in its Sync dashboard a lot of ...
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How to make Mac Chrome have an empty address bar/omnibox when opening a new tab (used to work)

This used to work up until recently. However when I open a new tab, Chrome puts a google.co.uk URL into it which then redirects to another google.co.uk address What would the setting be in Chrome to ...
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Detecting Terminal Tabstop Settings

I'm writing a small program that needs to wrap text to produce multi column output on a terminal screen. This is fairly straightforward, except for having to account for hard tabs, which I cannot do ...
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Why does `:tab all` open most files in new tabs and some in a one tab split horizontally?

I want to open all the files from the current directory matching *.c. I do it using :args *.c :tab all However my vim opens the first nine files in new tabs and the last six in the last tab and ...
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Chrome: Pin tabs reopening on startup even after unpinned

This chrome function is too weird to me, sometimes I pin a tab, restart the browser and the tab isn't there, other times it is there FOREVER! The default startup setting in my chrome is to open the ...
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Can a greasemonkey script know what's been loaded into another tab?

I'm planning to write a Greasemonkey script that will run on a particular URL (@include or @match), but, I'd like to have it so that if I open up one or more additional tabs with the same URL, the ...
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Mozilla Thunderbird: Compose Messages in a New Tab

Is it possible (with or without extensions) to always compose/write/reply-to messages in a new tab, as opposed to a new window, so that those open tabs will be saved (along with their contents) when ...
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Notepad++ > Switch Tabs > Using side click of mouse scroll wheel

SHORT: How to switch between docs/tabs by side clicking mouse's scroll wheel? LONG: I updated Notepad++ to 6.8.3 and lost the abliity to switch tabs by clicking the mouse scroll wheel to the left ...
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Make Microsoft Edge shortcuts open up seperate windows?

I just started using Microsoft's Edge. When creating url shortcuts or batch files for opening websites in Microsoft Edge, is there any way the websites can be opened up in new windows and not ...
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Keep Sublime Text from opening duplicate tabs to a file?

I find it quite annoying when sublime opens a file in a new tab even if it was already opened in an existing tab. For example, say I have main.cpp open in a tab with a bunch of other files, I'm ...
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Is there any way to recover unsaved notepad++ docs?

I had to immediate shut down, and I lost about 20 unsaved tabs, is there any way to recover these?
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Showing bookmarks in new tab in firefox

I would like to enable Firefox to show only my bookmarks as tiles I open a new tab. I don't want it to show tiled snapshots of the past sites I have visited which is the current default behaviour. ...
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Select multiple tabs and close

In Chrome, I can shift+click to automatically select all tabs in between the tab I'm on and the tab I click on, and then press ctrl+W to close them. Is there any way I can achieve this with Firefox?
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Photoshop - switch tabs in most recent order using ctrl+tab

Is there a setting to use the most recent order when switching tabs using ctrl+tab, like there is in IE and Firefox? I am using Photoshop CC 2015 for Windows.
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Move firefox tab group into new window

I've got grouped my firefox tabs in three tab groups now using the native tab group handling, but always forget that the groups are there - the tab groups icon on the top right doesn't give an ...
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How do I stop Wifi sign-in from overwriting my existing browser tabs?

I have a problem when my mobile device signs into its main WiFi provider. If anyone knows Virgin Media's wifi service, that's the provider, but the problem is probably generic and could affect almost ...
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Tear off tabs in GVIM just like chrome or firefox

Is there a way to move tabs to a different instance of GVIM? I'm looking for something similar to how most web browsers function. When you drag a tab out of its current window, it either creates a new ...
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Excel - Matching data across 2 separate workbooks

I have 2 separate tabs (tab A and Tab B) on a Workbook that both contain the column called CustomerID - this contains a unique Customer ID number. On Tab A it is Column B, on tab B it is under column ...
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stop ie from closing when draging out a shortcut

I mostly use Firefox but at work all their stuff is setup to use IE and I can't change that. so I'm stuck with using IE and I've noticed one uber annoying thing it does. so I've got several tabs open ...
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Firefox: prevent new items added to about:newtab

When a new tab is opened in Firefox, by default it displays the "new tab" tab content. This new tab content displays click-able thumbnails. I'd like to customize this set of tabs thumbnails and ...
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How can I prevent firefox from creating windows out of tabs?

There seems to be a "feature" to drag a tab into a window which occurs whenever a tab is dragged "down" - I end up doing this unintentionally quite often (especially on a touchpad/laptop setup) - is ...
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Persistent search result tabs in Thunderbird?

How can I make search result tabs in Thunderbird persistent between sessions? For example: I make a search in Thunderbird and get the search results in a new tab. However, after a restart of ...
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Lotus Notes, Tabs, & Reference Database

A colleague is experiencing a problem with Lotus Notes on her computer that I (first line of tech support) cannot replicate and also cannot find a solution to. My department has 30+ people in it, we ...
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Open a set of webpages in tabs in same window upon system startup without altering browser startup behavior? [duplicate]

I have a set of four webpages that I like to have open on my right-hand monitor when the system starts up. I know that I can place one link in the "startup" folder - thoughts on how to get the ...
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How to open JavaScript link in new tab

I’m stuck using a crappy website that is very dynamic and uses a lot of JavaScript, basically it has a table with many rows, each containing a link. Initially the rows are in a very poor order and I ...
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how to duplicate tab but maintain scroll position of web page

https://docs.angularjs.org/guide/directive has code samples. In each code example, there is a button (Edit in Plunker) that navigates the browser to a different site (Plunker). On that site I can ...
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How to make my first recorded script repeat automatic to the next windows tab or web browser with one key storkes

Yes I mean web browsers,.. I also used ctrl + tab to navigate between windows tab or web browser... however I sometimes open up to 10 tabs for inputting the same information over and over again, ...
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how to view open chrome tabs from web?

I like to use Chrome on my desktop pc. I don't like it in my laptop and don't have Chrome on my phone. I don't sync Chrome on my work pc. Sometimes I want to open page on my phone or work pc. This ...
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How can i insert a tab after choosing a proposed completion in vim

I thought I knew the answer to this. I used to do <C-V> tab as suggested in "How to insert a real tab with Vim SuperTab plugin if completion fails" and many others. If i set list though, I can ...
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How to repeat the AHK recorded script to 10 tabs (or multiple tabs) with one keystroke

My works involves inputing at data repeatedly, so what I do I open as much as 10 tabs in the windows and repeat the input of information, same info to all the 10 tabs... so I used a recorder in AHK to ...
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How to make a new tab in Chrome inherit history

Is there an extension for Chrome that makes it so when you open a new tab the new tab retains the browsing history from the original tab so you can press back and go back onto the page from the ...
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Possible to get SecureCRT to show windows, not tabs, in Windows taskbar?

Upgrading SecureCRT from version 5.2 to 6.3, the behavior of the application in the Windows 7 taskbar changed so that clicking on the application icon brings up a list of each individual tab that is ...
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Why does CTRL-click not open some links in a new tab?

Sometimes while browsing, I'll ctrl-click a link to open it in a new tab. However, instead of opening in a new tab, it gets clicked and browsed to in the current tab as if I had clicked it normally ...
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Chrome - “Open link in new tab” on right, “Reopen closed tab” in original position

When opening links in a new tab (by middle-clicking), I like the tab to appear at the far right, as it's usually for reading I'll get to later. There are numerous extensions that will do this, but ...
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Switch browser tabs with Ctrl+left and Ctrl+right possible? [duplicate]

I'm using Firefox for my browsing needs, and I want to make switching tabs a bit more intuitive. In my iTerm terminal I can use Ctrl+← and Ctrl+→ to switch a tab to the left or right. This ...