Pale Moon and Basilisk extension to open links in new tabs on double-click (fork of DblClicker).
You can not select more than 25 topics Topics must start with a letter or number, can include dashes ('-') and can be up to 35 characters long.
H. Turgut Uyar remove options css cd0dd31b78 3 months ago
chrome remove options css 3 months ago
defaults/preferences comment out debug mode 3 months ago
LICENSE arrange license information 5 months ago
MPL arrange license information 5 months ago
README.md fix typo 3 months ago
chrome.manifest remove options css 3 months ago
install.rdf update version and icon 3 months ago

README.md

Double-click Tweaks lets you double-click links to open them in new tabs. You can also open the following in a new tab by double-clicking:

  • entries in the bookmarks menu, bookmarks sidebar, and bookmarks toolbar
  • entries in the history menu and history sidebar
  • back and forward buttons in the toolbar

Double-clicking a tab in the tab bar can be configured to duplicate it.

You can configure a toolbar button to be double-clickable by adding its id in the “extensions.double-click-tweaks.dblclickButtons” preference. For example, in order to make the home button double-clickable like the back and forward buttons, set:

extensions.double-click-tweaks.dblclickButtons = {"back-button":1,"forward-button":2,"home-button":3}

Similarly, the “extensions.double-click-tweaks.dblclickMenus” preference can be used to make menus double-clickable.

Double-click Tweaks is a fork of the DblClicker extension by yochaim.