Open a new tab next to active tab

Does anyone know how to open new tabs next to the current tab I have Safari 9.0.1 in El Capitan (10.11.1)? Before 10.11, I used Glims, but since it is not compatible with 10.11 I can't use it. There is no setting to make it.

Please, does anyone know how to open a new tab next to the current one?

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Unfortunately, it is not possible in Safari 9.0.1 / El Capitan.

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