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M14 Out!

Wednesday March 1st, 2000

Frank Visser writes, "Hello, mozilla M14 seems to be out, there is now content in the mozilla.org M14 ftp download directory."

This release doesn't contain the crypto code yet. That is still to come. But feel free to download! Currently only Linux and Windows builds available -- more to come. When's the crypto code arriving? "Really, really soon", from what I've heard.


#98 Re: Keyboard navigation...

by Silverthorn <shawn.fumo@the-spa.com>

Saturday March 4th, 2000 3:42 PM

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Well... first of all, the cases when your cursor is in a text box and you want to navigate generally doesn't happen that often when you're doing regular browsing.

But Opera can also do alt-left and alt-right. It can also do ctrl-left and ctrl-right for that matter.

You could also click out of the text box with the mouse (just moving the mouse to the side and clicking it and hitting z is still a lot faster then moving the mouse to the top of the window). Or you can also hit F9 to take the focus out of a text box.

I like the focusing set up in Opera. If you hit ctrl-n for a new window, it opens it up with a blank location bar and the cursor already in it. Then when you're done typing and hit enter, it always puts the focus onto the main page so you can start scrolling with the keyboard..etc..

But, using the keyboard for EVERYTHING is not always the best. It is generally finding the middleground on when to use the mouse and when to use the keyboard that works out the best...

Shawn =)