Craig Snyder

How can I bind my middle mouse button to open links in a new tab in Chrome?

14 Sep 2012
Windows
Chrome 21
14 Sep 2012 | Windows | Chrome 21

I’m in a weird predicament. Firefox finally pooped out on me and I’m tired of memory leaks. I’ll go ahead and switch to Chrome now.

I’m on Windows 7 Home Premium running Chrome 21. Everyone else I’ve asked claims that mouse button #3 on a link, like it will in any other browser, opens that link in a new tab. It does not for me. This is a feature that I absolutely need.

What can I do to make this work?

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