Everywhere in the browser on a website you right-click a url, or an image, and T is the hotkey to open in a new tab. For some reason though, when right-clicking a bookmark this instead DELETES the bookmark.
Can right-click a bookmark on the toolbar or in manager and press T on your keyboard - it will be deleted! The actual Delete hotkey in the menu is D by the way. For whatever reason when right-clicking bookmarks the “Open in new Tab” hotkey is changed to O.
Example: note the underlined “T” in tab at top of the menu. This is the expected result when right-clicking on a link in a webpage or bookmarks.
Here however: there are 2 errors. 1 - the new tab hotkey has changed to “O” this is confusing and inconsistent UI design. 2 - note the “D” in delete is underlined, this keyboard shortcut will correctly delete the bookmark if desired. Erroneously, the T key will also delete the bookmark.
Expected result? Pressing T should open a new tab from ALL of these appropriate right-click menus. Hotkeys need to be consistent.
Bug is 100% present and not even slightly hard to reproduce, it is just bad design that needs to change.
Tested on windows 10 with latest stable release of Brave.
No additional information. Please fix this ASAP it’s essentially just trolling users.