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#1 Tuesday 24th January 2012 11:51:23

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Why if you follow a link of forum you have to use the back tab rather than the close one. If i have gone to a website and had a look at 4 or 5 pages i find it faster to just go back to my home page and then the forum.


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#2 Tuesday 24th January 2012 11:53:36

MatthewH
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Re: close button

So your asking for each page to open up in a new tab instead of the same window?

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#3 Tuesday 24th January 2012 12:15:13

CantThinkofaName
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Re: close button

If you hold the Shift key when clicking on the link it should open in a new window. Hold Ctrl to open in a new tab. Works for Google Chrome or IE, not sure about other browsers.

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#4 Saturday 25th February 2012 20:23:32

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Re: close button

MatthewH wrote:

So your asking for each page to open up in a new tab instead of the same window?

Hi

Just being a lazya$$

Yeah I would prefer it, the previous setup allowed this, but if its not possible, the "shift" key works for me with IE9

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