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    Awsome trick with Mozilla

    I just discovered this cool trick with mozilla 1.0.

    Everyone knows that pressing Alt+ (Left or right) moves you back or forward in your page history. However, if you have one hand on the mouse and the other on the keyboard, and you use the

    -left Alt button, you have to take your hand off the mouse to use the arrow key. Too much trouble.

    -right Alt button, your hand has to cross your lap and spread your fingers to press both buttons at the same time. Get uncomfortable after a while.

    In mozilla you can configure the scroll button on your mouse to do this.

    go to Edit>>Preferences>>Advanced>>Mou se Wheel

    you can configure the mouse to scroll pages, make the font bigger, or move back and forth in history.

    I've been waiting for this feature in a browser all my life...finally! ;D

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    Re:Awsome trick with Mozilla

    [quote author=Blaqb0x link=board=2;threadid=4527;start=0#45244 date=1028953390]
    you can configure the mouse to scroll pages, make the font bigger, or move back and forth in history.
    [/quote]

    Great that Mozilla is finally catching up with Opera with the mouse stuff. :P

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