The speed and nimbleness, of course. Tabs, natcherly. And now, delete = back! YES! Such a small feature, but one that I've always appreciated in IE and OW, and never found in Mozilla, or Chimera — until now. No more mousing around for the back button, no more command/<--. Just hit delete and back you go.<br><br>Doesn't take much to make me .<br><br>
Well Steve...get out of the tub!! <br><br>I have been using Chimera as my sole webbrowser for awhile. I found that delete key as "back" the other day...I don't like it. Sometimes if I'm on a hurry I accidently hit it a nd I'm back a few pages! doh! Only wanted a few words!!<br><br>With this keyboard on the PB, I like the key combo  + <--<br><br><br>[color:red]Don't make me open this on you!</font color=red><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>I found that delete key as "back" the other day...I don't like it.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Maybe because you take your PB in the tub with you? (please, no pictures)<br><br>
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