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Does Linux have a Popup Killer application?

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mouse gestures. hold right-click on a link, motion down then up and the link is opened in another tab in  the background. but that not everything, you could navigate backward and forward, duplicate the current window content, create a new blank window, minimize/restore/maximize or close a window using only mouse gestures.

 

sheesh, im getting opera withdrawal sickness.  :cry: 

 

ciao!

 

Mozilla has mouse gestures as well, personally i don't like them.

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Mozilla has mouse gestures as well, personally i don't like them.

 

yeah i tried it when i was using mozilla in linux but comparing it to opera's mouse gestures is like comparing windows to linux. :P

 

ciao!

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Wait, wait....ramfree17, first I read that you stopped using opera and were using mozilla, and now you say;

i tried it when i was using mozilla in linux
and
sheesh, im getting opera withdrawal sickness

So...now what are you using? Windows again, IE? :P

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http://mandrakeusers.org/viewtopic.php?t=1814

 

im assuming you have not yet encountered the link above. i switched jobs and have not touched my linux system for about 2 months now (the boards and the local LUG mailing lists are my only links to linux till i get home around march :cry: ).

 

ciao!

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