For example, if you tray to open the link to the mozilla.org in the following web: http://www.softonic.com/informacion_extendida.phtml?n_id=11707&plat=1 phoenix (also mozilla 1.1) opens a new window instead of a new tab. As it is impossible to choose an option in preferences, why not indicate the browser to open allways a new tab (I think this is the purpose of using tabs, not to have a lot of windows open when diving internet).
Thats not a script, that's a Link with a Target element and Mozilla opens it in the new Target. You can (normaly) use your middle mouse button or click left and select open in new tab or press controll key and your normal mouse button. But i thought there was a possible pref.js entry to open all windows in a new tab.
Ahh, I see now. This is the 31st duplicate report of a bug that was originally filed 1 year ago this month. Please search for existing bugs before reporting new ones. Not doing so wastes countless hours of developer and QA time. If you don't believe me then go to the query page and do some searches for the original of this bug. How long did that take? 2 minutes? 5? 10? Now multiply that by the 51,000 (seriously) duplicate bug reports in Bugzilla. By my math, at 5 minutes apiece that works out to about 4,250 hours of wasted time that could have been devoted to fixing bugs and finding _new_ bugs. We're a small team and we can't afford to spend all our time resolving duplicate issues. At the time of this posting we've already resolved 116 of the 270 total bugs filed on Phoenix as invalid, duplicate or worksforme. That's a pretty poor ratio of bad to good bugs. That's a lot of wasted time. Please try harder to locate existing bugs before filing them anew. Thanks. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 105547 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Mass verifiying of old duplicates.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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