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    Chrome site always in a new window

    I get the Shift-Click and Ctrl-Click to have Chrome open a link in a new window. But is there a way to have a desktop shortcut always start in a new window? And, along those same lines, if you want to then keep that site isolated in its own window, is that possible?

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    Hi Chuck, I usually right click links to get them to open in a new tab or window. Pressing the mouse wheel also opens a link in a new tab.

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    uh...duh.

    Thanks RR.

    Chuck
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