In article <ee82372956.jim(a)abbeypress.net>,
Jim Nagel <netsurf(a)abbeypress.co.uk> wrote:
Tim Hill wrote on 7 Apr:
> In article <30d0062956.jim(a)abbeypress.net>,
> Jim Nagel <netsurf(a)abbeypress.co.uk> wrote:
>> Or maybe a new trick such as Shift-Adjust-click could open the new
>> window *behind* the one I click in. (Perhaps this is comparable to
>> the likes of Firefox, where you can configure whether opening a new
>> tab puts you immediately into the new tab or lets you remain in the
>> present one, in my case the list of search results.)
> Shift/Adjust seems to be in use. Ctrl/Adjust seems unused.
After posting that, I thot: Adjust-doubleclick would be even nicer
(all with one hand), if such a thing is allowed in such a situation.
Adjust double click opens a child/subdirectory and closes the
parent/directory in one action.