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Does this happen on all websites? Some sites do this. For example, The Pirate Bay or EZTV - when you click to scroll, they will open a new tab to show you ads.
This is possible on Mac OS using Razer Synapse. Open Razer Synapse, select the button you wish to configure. In the window that pops up, under "button assignment", select "shortcuts". Then, assign the desired shortcut, such as back or forwards.
I found the solution for this bug. It is indeed a bug in Yosemite that hasn't been addressed till now. This fixes it: Open Network Preferences Go to Advanced Go to TCP/IP tab Change "Configure IPv6" to "Local-link only" Restart the computer Hopefully Apple will fix this annoyance in the near future. Until then, this solution works.
Some sites automatically replace text smilies with emoji-style characters. Stack Exchange doesn't & the Mac doesn't by default [nor can I find any way to make it other than in specific apps like Skype & Messages], so a simple test may be to look at this with both Chrome & another browser & see if one replaces :') [colon apostrophe close ...
I've had this happen every time with OS X 10.10.2 and below. It has somewhat lessened with the 10.10.3 update. But it does still happen. The only way I've found around it is to make sure some of the site loads on the tab before creating a new tab (or even switching to an existing tab). Sorry, I was hoping to just post this as a comment, but not enough ...
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