toomyzoom wrote:Can you make it emulate what open_in_new_window use and not mouse click event? I can't use Chrome (which is a joke) or Opera (too bloated like Chrome). Open in new window works in firefox.
The whole point of this plugin is to open things in background
So, according to the earlier explanation and the plugin README, Firefox does not have any mechanism for this. If you look at the source you see that the hotkey action `open_in_background_tab` in the plugin does more or less exactly the same thing as the `open_in_new_window` routine (even calling the same subroutines): just diverting the tabs to background instead.
If you choose to use Firefox instead of Opera/Chrome, this plugin will not work. It's not because I don't like Firefox: it's because the functionality does not seem to exist in Firefox.EDIT:
Perhaps I misunderstood: are you talking specifically about the function to open all unread articles in one go? In that case, yeah, just change line 40 in `openArticleInBackgroundTab.js` as suggested above. This is not really central to this plugin and not really the correct place to define this function though, in my mind. The "open in background"-hack won't go into mainline since it is exactly a hack, but "Open all unread" might, if someone put it into a pull request for Fox. It would just be copy+paste-work from `openArticleInBackgroundTab.js` in this plugin, stripping out the parts dealing with "open in background" stuff.