ie. Let's say I click open "New Posts" in a new Window tab, and now I'm in the "New Posts" section. Next I "Right" click on the latest post by highlighting the date it was posted (Today, Yesterday, etc.) only to find out that the open in a new Window Tab option ain't there like it was for opening the "New Posts" section prior. All I can do is "Left" click to enter that topic with the same Window Tab instead of a new Window Tab.
So yeah, I don't know if others find this annoying, but it's pretty upsetting to me because I always open many things in a new tab initially, then as I read through them, post reply, etc, I close them one at at time as I'm done that window tab. This way I never have to put up with page loading for the most part (saves a ton of loading because I also don't have to click the page back and watch the page load again for the same tab I clicked forward on). Not to mention I'm way more organized this way, as I can follow multiple tabs/topic/etc.
On a side note, I recall requesting this feature for Quotes only one time on another forum and they were able to fix it ASAP (though the Quotes here are open-able in a new tab, so no worries here with this), Thus I figure & am hoping it may not be much of a problem to get this very convenient feature working?
Ok, this is upsetting because I've now tried FireFox too (which I do have installed, just don't like to use it) and I just installed Google Chrome too. Yet Still I can't open the latest post in a new tab.
And no, I'm not talking about opening a thread in a new tab, because I can do that, just not the latest post of a particular topic. ie. I right click highlight the bold lettering saying "Today" and the option to open in a new tab ain't there. Like it is for when I right click on a topic title or even page number.
So, so far the way I deal with this is just by right clicking the latest page in a new tab. But it's still not convenient enough cause I always have to go through the same posts I've already read a couple of times over until I finally reach today's posts.