Close all tabs but not the browser
sebaspe last edited by
It would be cool if just by right clicking at the tabs there was an option to close ALL tabs and just stay with a new opened main page.
burnout426 Volunteer last edited by burnout426
Opera 12 has this and it was nice. That is, "right-click on tab -> Close all". It would close all tabs and open a new opera:speeddial tab. Works nice as a "clear" for a window. Some extensions that did it for Firefox would close all but the last and then blank the last (as in remove back/forward history and load the start page) to make it more visually appealing. As in, you wouldn't see the last tab disappear and a new one open in its place. It'd be seamless.
In Opera 12 when you choose "close all", you get a dialog asking you to okay it. The dialog as a "don't bug me" checkbox too.
leocg Moderator Volunteer last edited by
@burnout426 Opera Presto had the email client and some other stuff that could be left running even without an open tab, but in Opera Chromium I don't see anything to justify leaving the browser opened with no tabs.
Also, if I remember correctly, it was possible due to Presto using MDI, what doesn't happen with current browsers.
burnout426 Volunteer last edited by
leaving the browser opened with no tabs.
Yes, I don't see a reason for that as the title suggests. However, the OP's description "close ALL tabs and just stay with a new opened main page" leads me to think the wish is not to close all tabs and just have the start page without a tab button, but to close all tabs and then open up a startpage tab.
@sebaspe, can you clarify?
andrew84 last edited by
The suggestion is good. Currently I'm using 'Close tabs to the right' and then closing the last tab if I want the only one tab with main speed dial page to be left.
A Former User last edited by
You can also open the Speed Dial, right-click that tab and choose "Close Other Tabs". That would leave only Speed Dial open.