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Without context for the application, we can mostly guess as to the why the 'close' button is there. On most desktop applications/browsers the 'X' is always used as a close button. Be it Windows/OSX/Linux. Since you're filling a form, I am not sure why it would allow you to close a part of the form, especially since refreshing will just make the item ...


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I agree with both previous answer but they've missed one pretty important point > Locked Tabs are always staying most to left. If you'd have a possibility to close tabs to the left you'd just simply always close your Pinned/Locked Tabs – which you for sure don't want to. IMHO that's the main reason – personally I'm using locked tabs for most important ...


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I agree with @rewobs about the first tabs often being more important. It's not just a common observation, but actually a very reasonable occurrence, because new tabs open on the right. So if I open my "main" item (my inbox, my facebook feed, an article), and then it leads me to open a bunch of secondary items (through links in the original), the secondary ...


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It has been discussed in the google forums but it seems that there isn't any clue about it. The only theory I can imagine of is related to the situation when someone starts googling about an specific topic and opens a lot of tabs (which will be opened on the right), then when navigating, the result might be found in the first previously open tabs, so you ...



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