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Is there a way to set it so when you select text and right click then "search with Google" it opens the search in a new tab instead of using the current page?



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Absolutely yes, hold down the "cmd" key when you click "Search with Google".

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Absolutely yes, hold down the "cmd" key when you click "Search with Google".

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Is this the only way? There is no way to make it automatically do this?

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I don't think so no, there may be an extension that allows this however.

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Thanks, I'll look around for an extension.

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