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CNET News.com Notices Netscape 7.01

Friday December 13th, 2002

fondacio writes: "Three days after its release, CNET News.com has an article about Netscape 7.01, mainly focusing on the decision to include the pop-up blocker this time, which was the main point of criticism in their original review." MacCentral published an article about the release a few days ago.

UPDATE! ElectricNews.net also has an report about Netscape's pop-up blocking abilities. There's a similar article at PCWorld.com.


#1 stopping pop-ups

by bulbul <leston@csi.com>

Friday December 13th, 2002 8:21 AM

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The article is all about pop-ups. It's amazing how much we hear about pop-ups these days. It's equally amazing how few people know about the easiest way to zap them. A Ctrl+w will close the current window in focus, including a pop-up. This works at least on Windows and in KDE. There is never a need to race after a pop-up with your mouse or to drag an oversized window to find the "close" button, no matter which browser you're using. (Of course it's still cool that Mozilla can just just block them altogether.)