Proposals for Incorporating Machine Learning in Mozilla Firefox
Friday June 18th, 2004
Blake Ross writes: "I will be doing research this summer at Stanford with Professor Andrew Ng about how we can incorporate machine learning into Firefox. We're looking for ideas that will make Firefox 2.0 blow every other browser out of the water. People who come up with the best 3-5 ideas win Gmail accounts, and if we implement your idea you'll be acknowledged in both our paper and in Firefox credits. Your idea will also be appreciated by the millions of people who use Firefox :-). We'll also entertain Thunderbird proposals."
by pixelcort <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Saturday June 19th, 2004 2:37 AM
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If the user Shift clicks on another tab, the content will split vertically or horizontally to display both tabs. Clicking on another tab returns the view to normal.
Rationale: Many times a user will want to be able to have visual access to multiple tabs, especially when referring to documentation in one for the work in another. Being able to shift-click on multiple tabs and have them all visible in the same view would alleviate this naturally and functionally.