How to? Use Forum "feedback" button to open in a new tab

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In Firefox, when using tabbed browsing, right clicking on a link allows it to be opened in a new tab. That is not the case for the "feedback" tab, which opens the website for suggestions. How do Is there a simple method to perform such action?
 

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In Firefox, when using tabbed browsing, right clicking on a link allows it to be opened in a new tab. That is not the case for the "feedback" tab, which opens the website for suggestions. How do Is there a simple method to perform such action?
Click on the Feedback tab, then right-click on the "browse ideas" link and select "Open Link in New Tab".

Then you can bookmark the new tab, or pin it.
 
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A couple of tips on opening links in new tabs or windows: Holding Ctrl while clicking a link will open it in a new tab, and holding Shift will open it in a new window.

That doesn't work for the Feedback button, though, because clicking it runs a Java Script on the page you're already on rather than opening a different page via a link.