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Sunday August 01, 2004
11:08 AM

Advanced DBI

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I've just been reading over Tim Bunce's Advanced DBI slides. There is some really excellent stuff in here.

On a side note, am I the only one who has tried to use the page-up/page-down keys while viewing online presentations? It doesn't seem to work. ;)

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  • For structured documentation like manuals, slide presentations and so on where you know what the next page is, there's no excuse for the browser not being able to bind a keystroke to "next page". It's a crying shame that people don't ask for this feature more often.

    Mozilla's link toolbar comes somewhere close, but it still needs to be bound to a keystroke, IMHO.

    -Dom

  • Firefox's just-type-to-search feature makes it just a two-key affair to navigate (press N and ENTER keys to go to the next page). Admittedly, it's not the same as page-up and page-down keys, but close enough for me.

    Thanks for the link, BTW.

    /prakash