__/ [John Bokma] on Tuesday 07 February 2006 18:32 \__
> Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Because Google is their homepage usually... it's equally painful to
>> mouse the mouse to the browser's address bar.
> Ctrl+L (Firefox)
Try to tell this to people whose inclination is to use Google's homepage as
an address bar...
"What's control? I'm not controlling Al? That's bull!"
ALT+D applies to a greater poportion of users worldwise, but Netscape (going
back to 4 at the least) have chosen to go with CTRL+L. It's a conflict in
terms of keybinding conventions. Not to mention duplicable teriminology that
contributes to further user confusion, e.g. Bookmarks-Favourites,
PS - Matt Cutts has just published an item to say that BMW and Ricoh
(Deutschland) have been succesfully reincluded.
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