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aarem
 
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Post Posted November 21st, 2002, 10:52 am

So, I would like the following to work:

TypeAheadFind finds the next link. Once there, I want to be able to use the features of the right-click button of the mouse which gives me an option to open the link in a new window, tab, et al. Of course, without running like a cat for the mouse?

Can this be done easily? Anyone know this?

Best wishes!

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Post Posted November 21st, 2002, 12:00 pm

aarem wrote:So, I would like the following to work:

TypeAheadFind finds the next link. Once there, I want to be able to use the features of the right-click button of the mouse which gives me an option to open the link in a new window, tab, et al. Of course, without running like a cat for the mouse?

Can this be done easily? Anyone know this?

Best wishes!


Shift+F10

--Asa
"You'd PAY to know what you REALLY think." --Dobbs 1961

aarem
 
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Post Posted November 21st, 2002, 12:11 pm

[quote="asa"][quote="aarem"]So, I would like the following to work:

TypeAheadFind finds the next link. Once there, I want to be able to use the features of the right-click button of the mouse which gives me an option to open the link in a new window, tab, et al. Of course, without running like a cat for the mouse?

Can this be done easily? Anyone know this?

Best wishes![/quote]

Shift+F10

--Asa[/quote]

Thank you!!

But darn it!! The F-key again! I have it bound to my window manager...Where does one change this?

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Post Posted November 21st, 2002, 2:05 pm

CTRL+Enter works like a charm here.

aarem
 
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Post Posted November 21st, 2002, 2:29 pm

andnaess wrote:CTRL+Enter works like a charm here.


It does? For me, it only opens the link in a new tab.....:(

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Post Posted November 21st, 2002, 2:34 pm

aarem wrote:
andnaess wrote:CTRL+Enter works like a charm here.


It does? For me, it only opens the link in a new tab.....:(


Shift+Enter to open in new window.

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Post Posted November 21st, 2002, 4:20 pm

aarem wrote:So, I would like the following to work:

TypeAheadFind finds the next link. Once there, I want to be able to use the features of the right-click button of the mouse which gives me an option to open the link in a new window, tab, et al. Of course, without running like a cat for the mouse?

Can this be done easily? Anyone know this?

Best wishes!


If you don't like Shift+F10, you can use the "Application" key (provided you're using a Windows keyboard). It's they key to the right of the rightside WIN key.

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Post Posted November 21st, 2002, 10:12 pm

djst wrote:
aarem wrote:So, I would like the following to work:

TypeAheadFind finds the next link. Once there, I want to be able to use the features of the right-click button of the mouse which gives me an option to open the link in a new window, tab, et al. Of course, without running like a cat for the mouse?

Can this be done easily? Anyone know this?

Best wishes!


If you don't like Shift+F10, you can use the "Application" key (provided you're using a Windows keyboard). It's they key to the right of the rightside WIN key.


Hmmmm....does not work! I am on linux, by the way, but that should not matter, should it?

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Post Posted November 22nd, 2002, 2:19 am

aarem wrote:
djst wrote:
aarem wrote:So, I would like the following to work:

TypeAheadFind finds the next link. Once there, I want to be able to use the features of the right-click button of the mouse which gives me an option to open the link in a new window, tab, et al. Of course, without running like a cat for the mouse?

Can this be done easily? Anyone know this?

Best wishes!


If you don't like Shift+F10, you can use the "Application" key (provided you're using a Windows keyboard). It's they key to the right of the rightside WIN key.


Hmmmm....does not work! I am on linux, by the way, but that should not matter, should it?


That should probably matter I'm afraid. That key does nothing on Linux.

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Post Posted November 24th, 2002, 11:43 am

I can get Shft-F10 to work but not the application key. I'm using Mozilla but that should be irrelevant.

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