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This is a question for those familiar with the two Firefox add-ons: Multi-Account Containers and Temporary Containers.

Normally if you open a page in a container, and click a link on the page, it will open a new tab in the same parent container.

But if you have the extension Temporary Containers installed, you can right-click the link and choose to open it in a "No Container". Now the new tab will open in the Default Firefox container, just like any other tab.

I am looking to do the above automatically, i.e.: 1. When I open a tab in a container. 2. And open a page in that container, and click any link. 3. It should automatically open in the Default Firefox container (not in the parent container, and not in any other container).

Thanks.

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Here is the solution. I did not find it, a good person shared it with me. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/container-outgoing-links

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