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Hi, I've got IE7 installed on my computer & yes this is despite everyone saying 'do not' install IE7 on your machine or you'll do nothing but regret it, luckily for me as of right now I have no regrets. Anyway there are two things in IE7 that are bugging me. One is that if I click 'quick tabs' so that all present tabs are basically lined up if I move onto anything other than IE then the quick tabs will close up & it'll move onto a tab(the one I had previously clicked), I don't like this, I'd like it to stay on quick tabs no matter what I'm doing unless I specify by clicking on a tab that I want it to go to, can this change be made in IE7? The other thing is, many times, espeicially in my mailbox(hotmail generally) when I get links if I click on them they open in a new 'window' & even if i right click & specify to open in a new tab it will stiill open in a new window. How can I make sure it opens in a new tab when I specify it?
Thanks for the help..
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I got the solution for one of the issues from another forum:

Step 1: Click on Tools to the far right of your Tab Bar.

Step 2: In the Tabs area select Settings.

Step 3: Just change your Tabs options to how you want new this to open.

Hope it helps if anyone comes across with the same queries :whistling:
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