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That's a great idea, did you do it for Chrome? Seems like with Chrome it's non-trivial to set the page for new tabs...



You can set it as the homepage (enableable in Settings). It adds an extra step after opening a new page (either clicking on the home icon or shift-cmd-h) but I prefer that to replacing the default Chrome page (with its Most visited and Recently closed menus).

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I'm back to Firefox. I like Chrome, but I get bored of using the same browser for too long ;)

In FF, you can do it with about:config

Just set "browser.newtab.url" to the page mentioned in the original link.

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You could use this Chrome extension: https://github.com/jwaterfaucett/textpad

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