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  • And gestures (Score:3, Interesting)

    by autarch (914) on 2002.04.29 16:43 (#7705) Homepage Journal
    Galeon supports mouse gestures for nav as well. I dunno if this is a Mozilla thing or just Galeon.
  • Opera has Ctrl-Tab and Ctrl-Shift-Tab.

    --Nat

    • What are you ON! Ctrl-Tab switches virtual desktops! ;-)
    • Opera also deals with it's tabs better, at the moment Mozilla will still open up a new browser, whereas Opera opens up a new tab. You can defeat this with the right-click open in new tab, but often you just click, and you're not expecting a new browser.

      However you look at it though, Mozilla is still a very good browser, that gets better by the day. Perhapse it will soon be good enough for me to abandon Opera - though not on the smaller machines, where only Opera is viable

      --
      -- "It's not magic, it's work..."
      • When to open up tabs is a configurable option for mozilla. Have a look at Edit/Prefs/Navigator/Tabbed Browsing. I set mine to open up a new tab on middle click, which is very convenient.

        -Dom
  • My page up/down on my PowerBook is fn-up or fn-down. fn-ctrl-up/down for me.