"Move tab to new window" is wanted; "Open in new window" is faulty.

Name:    Michael
Email:   keybounceatgmaildotcom
Product: Firefox
Summary: "Move tab to new window" is wanted; "Open in new window" is faulty.

Comments: 
Right now, tabs in FF 3.5.2 have "Open in new window".

What they need is "Move tab to new window".

The problem? The page is fully reloaded from scratch. Not all pages can
be reloaded. Even if it doesn't look like a PUT, not all GETs return the
same page. Even when they do, it may result in a lot of re-processing of
javascript, etc.

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Michael
9/1/2009 8:58:23 PM
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