Command-Click Avenger review: Take back your Safari tabs
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Frustrated by websites that won't let you open links in new tabs? ⌘-Click Avenger fixes that problem in a jiffy.Get It for Free
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With ⌘-Click Avenger installed, whenever you Command-click a link (or right-click it and choose Open Link In New Tab), the link opens in a new tab, regardless of what the website's developers want.
⌘-Click Avenger doesn't do anything else, but if, like us, you prefer to browse using tabs, it's enough to remove a good amount of Web-browsing frustration.