Mozilla Firefox browser now permits you to close Tabs by double-clicking on them. Earlier one had to use an addon, however now this setting has been included in the about:config page. Let us see how to allow this setting.
Close Firefox Tab by double-clicking on it
First, go to the about:config page. When prompted with a warning message, hit ‘I settle for the chance’ button.
Next, search for the next desire beneath about:config page – browser.tabs.closeTabByDblclick
You may also do the identical by coming into the above-highlighted textual content in the search field:
When discovered, merely change its worth to true. The motion when confirmed will allow the consumer to close the tab by merely double-clicking it.
Start to double click on on tabs, one after the other, to see the function in motion. When you do that, a dblclick occasion will get activated that close the tab.
The dblclick occasion is fired when a pointing machine button (often a mouse’s main button) is clicked twice on a single ingredient.
Before this, it was potential to render the identical functionality of closing a tab by putting in some third-party extensions. As we all know, extensions are highly effective instruments to get some work finished, however on the identical time, they could possibly be harmful as some can unknowingly, learn customers’ looking historical past, passwords, electronic mail, and so forth. If an attacker compromises such extensions, the attacker can get entry to the consumer’s private info. As such, having the native possibility in Firefox is a well timed transfer and most applicable response to curb the menace.