Right-clicking on a tab produces a menu for tab management (Close Tab, Close Other Tabs, etc.) This menu would benefit from several new options: 1. Copy Tab to New Window. This copies the current tab contents to a new browser window, allowing subsequent related tabs that are opened from that tab to be grouped together in a per-window basis, rather than opening new tabs from various existing tabs all mixed together in the same window. 2. Copy All Tabs to New Window. Because you want to use this set of tabs as a starting point, but go in different directions in different windows. (Okay, you could achieve 1. by doing 2. then Close Other Tabs - but there's already some redundancy in the menu, and the 'do with this tab'/'do with all tabs' convention is pretty strong.)
This sounds like bug 102132, essentially.
In 102132 the focus seems to be move, while here the request is copy.
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Status: NEW → UNCONFIRMED
This new options would make the user interface to complicated. Copying tabs can be done with Drag & Drop. WONTFIX
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Closed: 10 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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