Thanks for your patience,
1. I'm pointing and clicking on the down arrow to the right of the address
2. The address bar drop down list opens.
3.There is one address in the address bar which I call the "current", I point
to a different address the "new" one below the "current" address somewhere
down the list.
4.Clicking that address causes the "current" tab content to be replaced with
content and I lose the "current" content.
5.If I don't click the "new" address but while pointing on it I press
Alt+Enter I get a new tab but it's a "current" tab too. I now have tow
"current" tabs side by side, just pointing on an address from the drop down
list with the mouse pointer doesn't cause it to become the new tab while I
May be you have suggested something different in your reply which I didn't
"Robert Aldwinckle" wrote:
> "DimkoD" <DimkoD@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > If I let the Address go into the Address bar it's too late, the content of
> > the current Tab
> > is replaced by it, unless there is a setting to which I'm not aware off that
> > prevents from a picked address from the drop down list to get activated
> > immediately.
> As I hinted: Don't click on an entry or use Enter then; use Alt-Enter.
> > Thanks
> > "Robert Aldwinckle" wrote:
> >> "DimkoD" <DimkoD@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:E11880CD-CF96-4A33-B5FF-B9CD30917066@microsoft.com...
> >> > Some times I need to open a new tab from an address deep down the Address Bar
> >> > drop down list.
> >> > I've tried middle mouse click, it's not working.
> >> You have to let the Address go into the Address bar
> >> then press Alt-Enter.
> >> BTW please note "Address bar drop down list" is ambiguous
> >> and the best procedure to use could depend on which list you are using.
> >> E.g., if it is the TypedURLs list after cursoring to one you might want to then
> >> press F4, End, Ctrl-Backspace, etc. in order to change its parameters
> >> >
> >> > Thanks in advance.
> >> HTH
> >> Robert Aldwinckle
> >> ---