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 Post subject: a suggestion about HTML url tag
 Post Posted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 3:43 am 
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Hi hello all 8-) I have a suggestion about AA Forums "url" tag. Is there any possible way to add an attribute target="_blank" on url tag of AA Forums? I think that it might be convenient to readers. :!:

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 Post subject: Re: a suggestion about HTML url tag
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 Post subject: Re: a suggestion about HTML url tag
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Lilith wrote:
why?


Because I'm a lazy boy. :mrgreen: I don't want to open an new tab on Firefox while I meet a link.

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 Post subject: Re: a suggestion about HTML url tag
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Cant you just use the "Open Links in new tab" setting instead?

Alot of people get miffed when sites force a new window, i think its one of those six of one and half a dozen of the other issues.

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 Post subject: Re: a suggestion about HTML url tag
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Usually if you press in the mouse wheel (as though it is a button) while over a link it will open it in a new window.

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 Post subject: Re: a suggestion about HTML url tag
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GBGangsta wrote:
Cant you just use the "Open Links in new tab" setting instead?

Alot of people get miffed when sites force a new window, i think its one of those six of one and half a dozen of the other issues.

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Usually if you press in the mouse wheel (as though it is a button) while over a link it will open it in a new window.


mouse wheel...?! :shock: OK I got it, Thx~

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 Post subject: Re: a suggestion about HTML url tag
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GBGangsta wrote:
Cant you just use the "Open Links in new tab" setting instead?

Alot of people get miffed when sites force a new window, i think its one of those six of one and half a dozen of the other issues.

im one of those people who wants a new window instead of having to reload the previous page when i want to go back and find it very annoying but i do right click and use the open in new tab as you suggested, i never do it any other way as it makes everything so much faster

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 Post subject: Re: a suggestion about HTML url tag
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FAT_ONION[TWN] wrote:
dgodfather wrote:
Usually if you press in the mouse wheel (as though it is a button) while over a link it will open it in a new window.


mouse wheel...?! :shock: OK I got it, Thx~


this.

I do this all the time.

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