Open new tabs to the right of the current one.
Open Tabs Next To Current
Open tabs that would normally be opened last next to the current one. Tabs that are being re-opened are thus not included. You can use `Ctrl-Y` (`Ctrl-Shift-Y` on Windows) to open a new tab at the default location.
Note for Chrome
Keyboard shortcuts are not automatically set up. You need to do that manually on the extension page in settings.
Note for Firefox
Tabs that are opened by clicking on links are opened at the default location. You can change the setting `browser.tabs.insertRelatedAfterCurrent` in `about:config` if you want even those to be opened right next to the current.
Caused by limitations of the webextension API, see
- tabs are visibly moved to their final position
- the tab bar is scrolled so the opened tab becomes the first visible one on
the left (Firefox only)
- when opening multiple tabs at once, only one of them is opened at the right
You can report bugs or make feature requests on https://github.com/sblask/webextension-open-tabs-next-to-current
Patches are welcome.