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Megane 2003-11-05 09:37

New Windows?!
 
I've noticed that a couple of the Forum's functions open new windows instead of loading the page in the current one. "Profile" in posts does it, and I think "User CP" has done it once to me. (Although it isn't doing it now...)

Would it be possible to make them open in the same window? New windows are infuriating, especially to those who use a tabbed browser.

Cz 2003-11-05 10:09

Wouldn't it be fine with a tabbed browser? With Mozilla, I've set it up so that CTRL-click on a link opens it in a new tab in the same window. Personally I do not find that annoying. :)

Megane 2003-11-05 10:18

Quote:

Originally Posted by lwl12
Wouldn't it be fine with a tabbed browser? With Mozilla, I've set it up so that CTRL-click on a link opens it in a new tab in the same window. Personally I do not find that annoying. :)

That's fair enough, but I don't want to have to CTRL-click every new link I come across for fear of it opening in a new window. I find it annoying to have to remember which links behave in which way. I would rather that I would have to do something special to open a link in a new window, such as "right-click->open in new window".

hhaamu 2003-11-05 12:02

user_pref("browser.block.target_new_window", true);

Put that to your prefs.js or work yourself through about:config (without the underscore, vbulletin insists on putting it there!) and it should open those target=_blank links in the same window instead. Works at least on my Firebird 0.6.1.

Cz 2003-11-05 12:22

The only problem I see with setting such a preference is that ALL links do not open in a new window unless you specifically do it yourself. Wait, that's what Megane wants, right? :p

Shii 2003-11-05 16:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by lwl12
Wait, that's what Megane wants, right? :p

Yeah, I think so. :)


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