Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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I CAN HAZ CROISSANTZ?

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Personally I get irritated when I click a link on halfbakery and go into some tangent, and then have to click the back button a dozen times. I know that with merely a few lines of the HTML already used in the links, a new window would open.
punk_punker, Jun 13 2007

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       Not a few lines of HTML. One phrase in the anchor tag "target=_new" will do it. I bet you could do that by default in userContent.css (for Firefox).
Galbinus_Caeli, Jun 13 2007
  

       Or you could right-click, New Window/Tab.
zen_tom, Jun 13 2007
  

       Not having a million windows open when I surf halfbakery is consistent with its minimalist charm.
phundug, Jun 13 2007
  

       Yeah, I have enough open at work as it is!
theleopard, Jun 13 2007
  

       Why should a website impose the new window on you, when the choice to have a new window or not is currently in the hands of the user (i.e. by clicking or right- clicking and choosing "Open in new window/tab")?
hippo, Jun 13 2007
  

       When you're on a mac like me, right- clicking is a hassle.
punk_punker, Oct 06 2007
  

       Baked (at least in real systems) by clicking the scroll wheel / middle button.
vincevincevince, Oct 06 2007
  

       //When you're on a mac like me, right- clicking is a hassle.//   

       or just buy a $5 mouse w/ 3 buttons. alternatively, if you're on a laptop, you can change the system preferences to make a tap w/ 2 fingers on the trackpad a right click.   

       a third option, the new version of safari has a feature called snapback where if you click the little orange arrow in the URL bar, it takes you back to the first page before you started wildly clicking links.
bleh, Oct 07 2007
  
      
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