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Doug wrote:Yoyo wrote:Hi Steve, just noticed that the forum no longer opens another when you click on a webpage link posted, but takes over the window that I was using (do I make sense?) Can I amend this through user control panel or is this a global feature? Thanks
That's a good thing, surely? It means I then have control of my windows again.
If you're using Firefox, Safari or Opera, just middle-click the link to open it in a new tab. I think even Internet Explorer will do this now.
SkateKitten wrote:Yoyo wrote:The prosilver somehow doesn't agree with me. It does genuinely hurt my eyes and I start to get a dull headache after a few moments. Don't know why, whether its the colours, brightness or something else, but I actually cannot use the forum at that setting for no more than 2 or 3 minutes before I have to log out! Sorry Steve
I can't see anything that would cause eye strain, except have you got the brightness turned up on your monitor? The colours are all whites and blues which are recommended colours for interface design. I do find the display a little bright but I've just jigged the display settings on my monitor.
Generally, if your mouse has a scroll-wheel, you can press it (not roll it) & use it as a third button.Bry wrote:Middle click? Don't think I've seen a mouse with a middle click, and certainly not something I have at work, and I have to use an old-ish version of explorer without a tabs option anyway... So no, I'm with Yoyo, I don't want a link I click on to take over the serp-road window. A link opening a new window is the option I need.
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