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Currently, I use Mozilla Firefox, and love tabbed browsing. However, there's one feature I wish it had--some sort of "multi-select" for selecting many links at once.
For example, lets say I'm looking at a wallpaper gallery on a thumbnail page. I'd like to select a bunch of thumbnails with a selection box, and then open them all in tabs, or save them all to the local drive.
Is there a tabbed web browser with this sort of capability? Or maybe Mozilla Firefox already has this ability; I'm just not aware of it?
Yes, yes, I'm already adicted to open-in-background tabbed web browsing. But I'm hoping to open a BUNCH of links into a bunch of tabs all at once, instead of going click-happy with the middle button one-at-a-time.