Monday, April 21, 2008

Set Multiple Tabs as your Homepage on Firefox and AutoHotkey

Here's a handy tip for those who regularly check multiple sites at the top of their day, or as soon as they hit their browsers.

Firefox parses URL's into multiple tabs when separated by the "|" character (shift-\). Hence, you can enter multiple url's as your homepage by entering:

https://www.google.com/ig | http://www.yahoo.com | http://lifehacker.com

If you use Autohotkey, you can also use it to open multiple tabs by the same syntax:

run, https://www.google.com/ig | http://www.yahoo.com | http://lifehacker.com

Of course, use discretion when you start up Firefox with multiple tabs; opening up too many at once could slow Firefox down significantly.

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1 comment:

j said...

This doesn't work. Just opens the first tab and that's it.