Tab Utilities revisited: tab widths, new tabs, accessibility

Tab Utilities was recently made compatible with Firefox 4. I’ve written about it before as a way for speech recognition users to open bookmarks or links in new tabs, but the changes to about:config make it worth mentioning again for this reason: if you don’t want to go to the trouble of pasting CSS for controlling your tab widths, Tab Utilities allows you to change the tab width and height from its settings, under Tabs in Appearance.

There are also quite a few keyboard shortcuts in addition to mouse click shortcuts and the ability to focus a tab by dwelling on it. You get a list of these options in the Add-ons Manager, including some of its about:config options.

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