Improve your Pathways experience

NOTE: Updated article to include 2 more ways to add the extension to Chrome browsers.  As members are using Pathways, it seems they are having challenges with the user interface.  I used to dread logging into Pathways for one specific reason.  Stop fighting the Pathways popup and enjoy the Pathways content.  This one change will improve your Pathways experience.

Improving your experience

The answer comes in a few different forms, each Browser has a different solution.  In this article I will share 3 solutions.  Once you have configured the solution, you begin to enjoy Pathways like you’ve never experienced it before.  When you click on your Launch button, the Pathways window will appear in a Tab.

Safari

  • Go to Safari Preferences
  • click Tabs Icon
  • Open pages in tabs Always
Firefox

  • Enter about:config in address bar
  • find value browser.link.open_newwindow.restriction
  • change value to 0
 
Chrome Method 1

  • Windows menu
  • Extensions menu
  • Get more extensions
  • Find popup to tab extension
  • Click on the magnifying glass in the window
  • Type Open link in same tab, pop-up as tab
  • Then Add extension
Chrome Method 2

  • Click on Customize and Control Chrome dots in upper right hand corner
  • Select More Tools Menu
  • Select Extensions
  • Find popup to tab Extension
  • Click on the magnifying glass in the window
  • Type Open link in same tab, pop-up as tab
  • Then Add extension
 
Chrome Method 3

  • In the URL area type chrome://extensions
  • Find popup to tab Extension
  • Click on the magnifying glass in the window
  • Type Open link in same tab, pop-up as tab
  • Then Add extension

 

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