RE: Tab equivalent to CTRL-N
"Pat Furrie" wrote:
> Thanks. This does open a new tab, but the tab isn't the current page nor
> does it maintain the history list (ability to go through the list of previous
> pages by clicking the Back button) of the original tab.
> "Amnuay" wrote:
> > Hi Pat,
> > I think Ctrl-T will help. try it.
> > Amnuay
> > "Pat Furrie" wrote:
> > > Prior to IE7, I would often CTRL-N to open a new browser window which would
> > > automatically be loaded with the current web page I was on, plus have all the
> > > browsing history of my current session, so I could click the back button and
> > > return to previous pages in this new instance of the browser.
> > >
> > > Now with IE7 I can still use CTRL-N, but I'd rather open a new tab instead
> > > of a whole new window. Would like to see a keyboard shortcut which could
> > > open a new browser using the currently displayed page, and retain the
> > > browsing history of that current session.
> > >
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