In message <200312201809.51064(a)zamez.strcprstskrzkrk.co.uk>
James Bursa <bursa(a)users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
> Also (and this has been in the last couple of versions) when I click
> the back button on the browser, it doesn't actually go back, it simply
> pops up a window with links to the previously visited pages.
> Is this supposed to happen?
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.
What do people think of this? How could it be improved? Would it be better as
an always open pane, so you could go to any page with one click?
We will certainly add the conventional back / forward behaviour as keyboard
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 right
button or something, you get the pane allowing you to choose any visited