Internet Explorer Acting Funny - Placement Of "Links" Toolbar
I find it more logical: The URLbar logically belongs to one page / tab only. e.g. Performance is key, and heavy JS usage can take it's toll when combined with the rest of the logic on the site/app. That way, I didn't have to do much movement to change from the task bar to the tab-bar... his comment is here
Send a box to u, within a week, it's back in your lap with the new display, logic board or whatever you broke. Here are a couple thoughts I have. 1. Just as important, it will no longer be the default browser in Windows. Tablet users may like to see the weather and time when their devices are inactive, but on PCs, the display is nothing more than a giant roadblock that stands between you
I recommend taking it on a case-by-case basis. I added a link on the following stack overflow article. I have remark regarding its position: Actually the "Page" information are like attributes from the URL. The Massive populace movement from the traditional lap or desktop to mobile.
Whether it's a menu system that forces you change screens to launch an app or a pair of dueling control panels that each contain different settings, you often have to work Will there be an option to get it back? Folks who switch between Mac and Windows machines might still prefer the versatility of Chrome, where a single login calls up all your bookmarks and settings. IMHO, that's where they should have concentrated efforts initially.
Chrome vs. It does not serve any purpose when not being used, and, thus, is pure administrative debris during that time. That means, while Cortana can understand all of the above kinds of searches, she won't give you sports scores or maps. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f56/internet-explorer-acting-funny-placement-of-links-toolbar-187052.html This year we saw HiDPI displays, cameras ...even smartphones now capable of shooting 4k!
Google Chrome gets it right by taking full advantage of this precept. This thread explains all the anti-malware software I used to try and get to the bottom of things, but nothing seems to have solved the issue of duplicate files filling up Something similar to ms windows taskbar. While tabs are certainly more defined in a single window, stacking two windows (like we have above) can make it look like a tab in a background window has attached itself
i am the fucking administrator of this fucking laptop! It was an update model with the 256GB SSD, core i7 proc and RAM but I was able to recoup almost 75% of the original price and replace it with a That said, it didn't take me an hour to figure it out (without reading Google;)). Sometimes it seems like I can't find anything.
if someone doesn't want to be confused when opening a new tab they should just use ctrl + T. this content Overriding the browser's default scrolling behavior introduces a whole lot of complexity, and that has implications. It works when my scrolling offset is top/left, but when you start scrolling x/y the link or buttons stop working? Dan Weaver 02.19.13 Thanks for the research, awesome job. While I think the tabs on top are interesting, I'm not particularly fond of them.
create a new one use what ever that user is not going to stay long log into it by pressing windows key on your keyboard click your user name in the for example, I don't want to have my apps all maximized, I use my apps in windows intentionally. More computers these days have widescreen displays, and most webpages are designed vertically and do not extend far horizontally, so a theme that works around the screen edges could be helpful weblink go through the same steps upto creating users and you should always read the side panel to the left when in control panel some easy quick links are there as well
Any Help is appreciated Mary Adcock Says: June 26th, 2015 at 9:22 am Hi! Only though if the tabs are right at the very top in the title bar. Still not horrible, but far from true fixed.
The progress bar should fill the entire tab's background rather than just the top part. --Mephiles 16:13, 4 September 2009 (UTC) I agree with the previous comment: the progress bar doesn't
Now you post something about Quote: I'm hanging in here but soon as I've secured the deal I'm going for wipeout2097 I have no idea what that means concerning your problem. In my experience, the majority of users still have 4:3 monitors. --Mazz0 14:59, 28 July 2009 (UTC) Yet, a 4:3 screen still has an horizontal orientation. --facildelembrar 00:16, 31 July 2009 Special integration with the browser could be offered to bookmarked pages. I personally would like to see the ability to choose where the tabs are located.
Windows Mail Doesn't Support POP Accounts Many ISPs give users POP email accounts, but Windows 8's built-in mail app not only doesn't support POP connections, it actively disses POP users. I already tried lockig the toolbar before making this post. Win8 as well though without 'touch screen' ability (as with ANY older MS box) or related 'gesture' control like OSx, it's relatively silly to use Win8 on a non touch computer check over here In my opinion Chrome is winning this one for having a nice unobtrusive "+" button to add a new tab.
As you can imagine it's the inverse approach… rather than keeping the header fixed and scrolling the entire page underneath this instead involves keeping the header position:static but putting the rest You would just be able to hit the top edge with your mouse and already be on your tab. To move the window, one drags almost anywhere else on the toolbars. Nobody looks at address bar after the page is loaded.
simple as going to the options, tabs, and (un)ticking "Tabs on top" or something like that. --Superaktieboy 16:17, 31 July 2009 (UTC) Tabs on top is the reason I didn't use Try it! What a bunch of whiners here!!!! Not hardware (Apple).
Karen Says: May 26th, 2015 at 12:57 pm I am fed up with this touch screen crap! Can someone help. It helps that with Edge, Microsoft abandoned its ActiveX framework, opting instead for open web standards. Does pretty well performance-wise.
Software. We've solved Android scrolling performance in Sencha Touch 2 - it's in preview now. @Kent - you're right that scrolling is very difficult to get right - it took us 5 There is no longer any reason to design a browser according to former 4:3 screens. Don't assume support for fixed positioning by default.
Thunderbolt is another true improvement. From there, you can save the page to OneNote or share with a friend. Tab titles are not very close to the address bar, so it gets a little harder to relate them both. --Facildelembrar 06:03, 31 July 2009 (UTC) What happens when web designers Playbook and BB7 both handle fixed nicely.
Keep up the good work! Removing comfortable assumptions, even for something seemingly as harmless as a fixed header, can help us design better, more adaptive experiences. The space above the tabs would be gone. I'm in the minority it seems, but on a Window's based article, that's to be expected.