Issue: As written on the title of the question.

(Edit: Tabs sometimes open on the last position and sometimes open right next to current tab.)

Cmd+T behavior

Expectation: New tab always open either next to current tab, or open on last position in tab list.

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    Your animated GIF is showing exactly what you describe in the expectation If not, can you supply some context of how it's not working?
    – Allan
    Jan 27 at 21:10
  • I edited the issue and the expectation, should make more sense now. Jan 29 at 10:32
  • I can't tell from the gif what you're actually doing. If you open a link in a new tab it will open immediately right of the one you opened it from, unless you already opened one earlier, in which case it will open to the right of that one. If you use Cmd/T it should always open on the far right.
    – Tetsujin
    Jan 29 at 11:04
  • The gif is me pressing Cmd+T then Cmd+W repeatedly, the behavior isn't of what you said to be, my Safari sometimes opens the new tab after the current tab. Jan 29 at 11:48
  • Why are you pressing Cmd-W repeatedly? Also, be aware that if you don’t have an active tab open/selected, it will open on the far right.
    – Allan
    Jan 29 at 15:21


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