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Re: [vox-tech] Firefox Returns To Top, Ebay
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Re: [vox-tech] Firefox Returns To Top, Ebay

--- Ken Herron <Kherron+lugod@fmailbox.com> wrote:

> I tried this just now with mozilla (a copy I
> compiled from source over 
> the weekend) and it worked fine. After clicking on
> an individual auction 
> and clicking back, mozilla returned to the auction
> list page and 
> positioned the view to the correct part of the page.
> Note that mozilla displays the beginning of the page
> while the page is 
> being reloaded; after this is done, it scrolls the
> page to the part that 
> should be visible. Maybe your friend isn't waiting
> long enough?

I just retried with FF 0.7 and Moz 1.2 on RH9.  It did
not return to current in either case.

> > This slows him down a lot.  Opening the item link
> in a
> > new tab is not any better.
> Opening a link in a tab doesn't make the original
> page scroll, so I 
> presume you mean your friend just doesn't like
> tabbed browsing for some 
> reason. I find that surprising; it seems to me that
> tabbed browsing, with 
> links loading in the background, is perfect for what
> he's doing. What is 
> it that he doesn't like?

He is not against tabs.  It just was not as fast as
his IE process.  It was about as slow as scrolling
from top to current.


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