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Re: [vox-tech] a firefox question

On Thu, 3 Feb 2005, Jonathan Stickel wrote:

> These have been some interesting discussions about FireFox.  One thing 
> Pete originally complained about that hasn't been discussed is the 
> opening of new windows when you would rather they would go to another 
> tab.  This often frustrates me as well.  From what I can tell, this 
> occurs when some java happy web designer wraps a link with javascript to 
> open a new window.  Left-clicking on these links opens the content in a 
> new window, as expected.  Middle-clicking on the link opens a blank tab 
> with the javascript in the location bar.  Since java code is not a valid 
> location, nothing opens.  I hope this gets fixed in future versions.
> Jonathan

Hi all,

Sorry for getting into this so late, but I haven't had time to read all
the interesting posts.  This Mozilla tip will do just as well without any
software installation.


BTW, Bill, I like the FlashBlock.  =)


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