On 20 Dec, in message <40b8e7634c%Silvershadow(a)blackout.mine.nu>
Silvershadow <silvershadow(a)datacomm.ch> wrote:
In message <200312201809.51064(a)zamez.strcprstskrzkrk.co.uk>
James Bursa <bursa(a)users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
> This is the experimental history tree. It's an idea I had for improving the
> conventional back / forward that browsers have. The idea is that you can
> quickly get to any page which you've visited in the current window.
I like that history window very much, but would be nice to have the
navigation forward/back function too.
For me, i prefer the History window, its very fast to navigate!
I've allready begun to miss this feature on other browsers!
But i fear lots of people like to stick to what they're used to...
Look at (IIRC) Nescrape, Internet Exploder and Mozilla for examples of
browsers where back and forward buttons also have histories attached.
They must be popular enough for people to keep the feature in ;-) .
But, from my perspective, having the browser history openable from the
window furniture is not at all consistent with the way the rest of RISC
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