In message <1d0741644c.stuart(a)Cybervillage.co.uk>
Stuart Halliday <stuart(a)cybervillage.co.uk> wrote:
In message <ac7eef634c%alexandm(a)aardvark.archifishal.co.uk>
Alex Macfarlane Smith <nospam(a)archifishal.co.uk> wrote:
> Maybe you could make it so that if you click the left button it would be
> the conventional back/forward behaviour, but if you click the menu or
> button or something, you get the pane allowing you to choose any visited
Excellent idea. Except the ADJUST mouse click should do the opposite of
ie if over the BACK PAGE browser icon, an ADJUST click should go forward
instead. Likewise for the FORWARD PAGE icon in Netsurf.
Lets keep it RISC OS compliant. :-)
Where RISC OS browsers are concerned, adjust clicking on a link opens
the page in a new window.
Adjust clicking on the back button with Oregano has the same effect.
Personally I think a history button is a much better idea.
The back button on a browser should do what it says.
All IMHO of course.
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