I browse a lot on my laptop. Since my laptop has a touchpad without a middle mouse button I need to right click links and then select "Open link in new tab". Not a big deal really, but I would like to be able to open new tabs easier. I thought up two ways to do this using a Greasemonkey user script:
- When you have your pointer on a link create a new link near the pointer which opens the link in a new tab.
- Open a new tab when you keep the left mouse button down for a while.
I choose the second option. The single left click tab opener user script was born.
Update 2006-02-21: I know that you could use Ctrl + Left click in Firefox to open links in a new tab. Since I can't use my left arm fully the Ctrl key isn't really an option for me.