Add link in image to open in new tab by middleclicking
Since the death of Google Reader in 2013 I am using a competitor of yours, but this month they announced changes in plans and I'm trying alternatives. Of all that I've found, BazQux is the only one with the features I need (besides the reader that I use).
For now, there's only two little (but essential) things I'm missing:
In "List view", the title (bold) should link to the article URL. But just for middleclick (that I use a lot). Left click (onclick) should continue expanding the article.
Similar to the first one, images in "Mosaic view" and "Magazine View" should link to the article, but also only for middleclick.
I haven’t added the link since it will work bad on mobile browser but I’ve added handling of middle click (and ctrl + left click) on list view header (whole header not only subject) and mosaic/magazine view images.
It will require you to install browser extension to open links in background tab (same extension that installed when you press ‘b’ key), since browsers do not allow to programmatically open links in background tabs.
Thank you for the idea. Haven’t used mouse for many years and forgot about such use case.
Unfortunately, it will not work well on mobile devices -- link area will be highlighted (and menu may appear if you click for too long) which will make opening list view/mosaic items look bad.
So, I'm afraid, I would suggest to click on subject/time to open article.
Good idea, I think I will implement it. Meanwhile you can click on article time in list view or on article subject in mosaic/magazine to open article in new tab.