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Firefox Middle click switch monitors

patrick mayo
1 discussion post
Hello,

I've been using DF for a while with Chrome and have become really accustomed to simply using the middle click to switch Chrome form one monitor to the other. I recently switched to Firefox though and it seems that the new version of Firefox uses a middle click on the tab row on top to open a new tab. When I attempt to middle click above the row of tabs, the Firefox window doesn't switch to my other monitor like it did with Chrome. I hardly ever have my browser windows maximized in full screen and I'm more familiar with using Alt+T to open a new tab then any other method. Regardless is there a way to gain the ability to switch a Firefox from one monitor to the other with the middle mouse button?

Thanks,
Omni

Win7 x64 Ultimate
DF 4.3
FF 18
FF Addons: Adblock, Download Statusbar, Logitech Setpoint
Jan 18, 2013  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
We had to exclude the Firefox TitleBar, because of the New Tab function, but you can still middle-click move it by middle-clicking on the Firefox caption buttons (Minimize, Maximize, Close, on the top-right of the window).

Thanks!
Jan 18, 2013  • #2
Baumdoktor
3 discussion posts
I also have a problem with Firefox .. Is there any possibility to disable the window switching on middle mouse button click? i use it to close Firefox tabs and it makes the browser window switch to the other monitor ... Is there a way to disable that feature just for firefox ? I did not find a way to do it in the compatibility options..
Dec 7, 2020 (modified Dec 7, 2020)  • #3
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Hello,

If you head into the compatibility settings in Display Fusion, you can add Firefox, and check off "Disable middle-click window moving".

Hope that helps!
Dec 8, 2020  • #4
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