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MS continues to cherry pick the best of Opera?

     
4:12 pm on Aug 30, 2001 (gmt 0)

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I just shift-clicked on a link and it went into a new window. Is this default ie6 behavior, or some program I've installed?
4:15 pm on Aug 30, 2001 (gmt 0)

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I believe this is standard IE. It has worked for me since 4.0
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IE 5 did _not_ work that way for me at all. I wonder if it was something to do with the IE power tools?
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Reinstalled on another machine, and darned if it didn't work. That's weird. I bet it was something I'd installed that blocked it. I had no idea left-shift-click would do that in IE...
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I thought it was ctrl+click that did that?
7:52 pm on Aug 30, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Yeah, in IE its just CTRL + click, but SHIFT CTRL + click works 'cos the first is a subset of the second.

I have IE 5.5, and that works without powertools.

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Is there any way to open a window "underneath"? (like Opera's control-shift-click)
8:18 am on Aug 31, 2001 (gmt 0)

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I have always used shift + click to open stuff in new window - thought it was common knowledge.