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Firefox Tip: Open A Closed Tab

I bet you didn't know that you can reopen a Firefox tab you have closed.  Let's say for instance you closed a Firefox tab, but remembered you needed information from it immediately after closing it, or possibly you closed it by accident. 

1. Click the Red "X" or type Ctrl+W to close this tab.

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2. Right click on one of the other tabs and select [Undo Close Tab].

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3. And Yes! It's back!

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Print | posted on Monday, February 11, 2008 5:17 PM | Filed Under [ Personal ApplicationsToysOther ]

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# re: Firefox Tip: Open A Closed Tab

The shortcut for this is Ctrl-Shift-T (in contrast to Ctrl-T for a new tab).
Very useful indeed, if you've mistakenly closed a tab.
2/13/2008 4:21 AM | Daniel
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# re: Firefox Tip: Open A Closed Tab

Or Apple+Shift+T on a mac.
2/13/2008 5:31 AM | DAH
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# re: Firefox Tip: Open A Closed Tab

Thank you, that's awesome! Ctrl+Shift+T is the shortcut key for Windows. I didn't know what it was yet.
2/13/2008 7:45 AM | Robz
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# re: Firefox Tip: Open A Closed Tab

How weird, Daniel's comment didn't show up for me until today...
2/15/2008 1:41 PM | Robz
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