Open New Tab next to Active
1st, Thank You for this excellent software - I've finally begun to sink my teeth into it,
and I find it does almost everything I want (& certainly much more than I know how to do).
I've searched through quite a few pages here for the function -- "Open new tab next to active tab",
and I've only found several other requests but no solutions yet -- has this been implemented at all yet?
If not, kindly add my voice as requesting it.
As stated in other posts, this function is available in several browsers (FFox, Opera, etc),
and it's also available in Quero TabBar for Window Explorer -- certainly an improvement over regular Explorer, but nowhere nearly as sophisticated as Opus.
Even xplorer2 doesn't do this "Open New Tab next to Active".
Here are a couple other posts in this forum:
"Middle click folder to open in new folder tab" Middle click folder to open in new folder tab
"opening new tab" Opening new tab
"Possible to open new/duplicate tabs in more positions?" Possible to open new/duplicate tabs in more positions? [/quote]
Opera calls its version of this option "Open new tab next to active", or something like "Go NEWTAB=next".
And while I'm posting, kindly allow me to pile on 1 more related aspect -
the ability to middle click a folder in the regular pane, to open it in a new tab --
I've programmed StrokeIt to do this, but a "native"? middle click function would be more simple --
Also, I AM able to middle click any folder in the tree & it opens in a new tab, but it opens at the end of the tab row - still, I really find this a useful feature.
I wonder, is the whole middle-click functionality complicated by how it's already coded to interact with the 3-button concept?
such that .... middle-clickers of the world should just understand that the middle-click functionality is already quite spoken for,
so just find other ways to workaround?
-- not saying this sarcastically, just asking, Realistically?
Again, thanks so much for everyone who contributes to this awesome tool!