In forums I occasionally want to post a link to a particular page in a website built with frames pages. Back when I used Firefox, I could right click on the page and choose something like "Open frame in new tab". Then I could copy the URL and post it so someone could click straight to that page. But with chrome I haven't figured out how to do that. Anyone have an idea if it can be done.

For example, to buy model airplane engine fuel, I go to Then I have to navigate about 5 clicks to their page for fuel. But the URL in the address bar never changes as I navigate through the pages to get where I want to go. If I want to show someone on a forum what kind of fuel to buy, I have to give them detailed instructions as to what links in the left nav column to click to get there. It's a pain in the axx. But it's the one thing that was simple with Firefox, and I believe Opera did it too. I'm a chrome convert now.