How can I make Chrome open bookmarked pages in new tab by default?


Current situation:

I am currently browsing a page (say, www.google.com). I want to open a bookmarked page (say, www.bing.com), but I want to keep the current page (Google) opened. I need to click on new tab, then click on the bookmark for Bing. Alternatively, I can right click and open Bing in new tab.

But I want none of those because why click twice when one is enough?


What I want:

I am currently on Google. I want to open Bing, so I click on the bookmark and Bing opens in a new tab. Google remains open.


I am aware of a duplicate question linked here. However it didn't really provide a satisfactory answer. Changing every link to javascript breaks the icon and is a pain to do; middle clicking doesn't really work because I'm on a laptop and the touchpad does not support middle clicking. I hope there is an extension for Chrome that can redefine this behavior to the way I want. A hidden setting in Chrome would be even better but I doubt Chrome offers that.


Answers:


Alternatively, you could use

javascript:window.open('url')

For example,

javascript:window.open('http://www.google.com')]

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