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    AgentMail
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    Hi Team,

    I am just wondering if it is possible to consider when one clicks on a link on FS, that it opens a new window, rather than redirects from FS. It can be annoying, as I will click on something, for example to give feedback, but then lose my FS page, and have to go ‘back’ to it.

    Maybe it is something I am doing wrong?

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    Divert To Mobile
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    AgentMail, post: 147978 wrote:
    Maybe it is something I am doing wrong?

    Tabbed browsing, use middle click on your mouse.

    Steve

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    G’day Carl,

    This is a tricky one as I think different people have different preferences. Like Steve, I used tabbed browsing and am used to ‘right clicking’ to opt to show the link in a new tab.

    Here’s how it looks in Chrome on my Mac:
    [IMG]http://www.flyingsolo.com.au/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=382&stc=1&d=1358502320[/IMG]

    Hope this helps.

    Sam

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    easypeas
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    Divert To Mobile, post: 147992 wrote:
    Tabbed browsing, use middle click on your mouse.

    Steve

    Or ‘command’ + click if you’re on a mac.

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    easypeas, post: 148016 wrote:
    Or ‘command’ + click if you’re on a mac.

    Whenever Im treated to the pleasure of a mac I take a conventional mouse with me.

    Steve

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    Divert To Mobile, post: 148018 wrote:
    Whenever Im treated to the pleasure of a mac I take a conventional mouse with me.

    Steve

    haha, i haven’t used a mouse in ages. I only use a trackpad these days. Doing web design all day every day, a mouse gave me hand cramps / shoulder aches… the trackpad has helped hugely…. sorry, getting off topic now!

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