Got this UX Myths from my colleague. Since some myths are offended my believes, I would love to see other people’s opinion on those myths, too.
I’m not going to dictate a survey result, but, to me, flash is evil
This is my humble proposal for improving “Open Link in New Tab” context menu user experience.
Since tabbed browsing becomes the main feature in popular web browsers nowadays; Usability for tabbed browsing should be well designed, which mozilla firefox, IMO, has done really good so far.
One missing point on tabbed browsing UX is an “Open Link in New Tab” context menu which is, some how, misplaced, a bit.
From user’s point of view and expectation, in this tabbed browsing era, all links should be opened in a new tab, and “New Window” should be lower prioritised than “New Tab”, therefore “Open Link in New Tab” should be put above “Open Link in New Window” as shown.
Google Chrome is using this approach, too.
I’ve filed bug to Mozilla’s Bugzilla.