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Quick tip: move multiple tabs to a new window, in Chrome/ium, all at once

Posted 12-01-2017 at 11:13 PM by the dsc

I've just found it out and I think not many people know that.

You can hold "control" or the Mac's equivalent named something else for no reason and click the tabs you want to move, and then move several tabs at once to a new window. You should relese "control" when finally dragging out the last selected tabs, all will go at once.

You can do basically the same to just change the tabs order dragging multiple tabs at once, if that's really of any use.

Possibly that's a common browser tab feature that I didn't know. But also possibly not, as firefox now not only not has tab switching with the mouse wheel as a native function, but also removed the possibility of implementing that as an add-on. And they don't even give a drop-down tab menu if I recall.
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