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Firefox Pros! HELP ME OUT!

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by SpellZ, Jul 7, 2009.

  1. SpellZ

    SpellZ Regular Member

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    So everytime I wake up I check about 7-9 websites.
    Is there some plugin, or something that I can do that I can just.. CLICK once and it will open up all those 7-9 pages as tabs?
     
  2. RiTu

    RiTu Regular Member

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    The way without any add-on is to open bookmarks manager (ctrl+shift+b), then hold ctrl and select all bookmarks you want to open, then right click with mouse and choose "open all in tabs".
     
  3. soulchief

    soulchief Junior Member

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    doesnt FF have a thing where u can open all links in a folder under your favorites? (havnt used FF for awhile.. Chrome ftw)
     
  4. shadowpwner

    shadowpwner Regular Member

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    You can set these to open when you startup firefox.
     
  5. bourder

    bourder Junior Member

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    Put all the bookmarks you want to open in one bookmark folder. Then middle click on them and they will all open.
     
  6. jahstafari

    jahstafari Newbie

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    What I did before was to install the G00gle for firefox toolbar and use the google bookmark feature. I group the sites I open first on Monday, then another group for Tuesday, and so on. Then when I want to open the group for Monday, all I gotta do is click on "Bookmarks", choose the group of sites I want to open from the drop down menu and click "Open in Tabs". I used to do this when I had to submit articles to hundreds of article submission sites manually. LOL

    P.S.
    I'm no Firefox Pro. :D