To be honest I've kept wondering first, why don't you simply left-click a link??
But okay, that target thing makes sense ;-)
Not sure if it was mentioned already, there exists a pref setting to ignore "new targets":
Edit > Preferences (F2) > Browsing, the famous "Window Diversion".
"Links meant to open a new window" -> open in the current tab.
I wasn't really aware about pulling links into the current tab, good idea!
Edit --> Configuration --> Menus to open the current user's "menus.cfg" and pasted in the entire code example provided above to a blank spot in the "menus.cfg", it would be enough to update the link context menu as requested.
My first thought: Clever! :-) My tenth thought: Hmm... lets see how that works with macro-created menu entries... Oops! Not good, it deletes them all
Because it not just "changes" the menu, but creates it whole new, "overwrites" it completely.
Changing the default menus.cfg probably gives no problem to macros, but on the other hand, changing default stuff changes that in all new profiles too. Can get confusing if debugging, no "original" profiles anymore :-/
But there is a way to really just "add" (or remove) single lines to existing menus, without touching the others. Instead of pasting the "entire code" just paste the modifications:
The "!" means "modify this menu", the second line means:
Insert "Open Here" right above "Open in New Tab"
Uhm, has anyone tried if that command really ignores the targets...?
PS: The evil "ugg" works again, since a few days
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 08/25/2010 05:24AM by siria.