On Fri, 29 Apr 2005 11:43:27 +0100, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> Tony van der Hoff wrote:
>> Steve <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>> I couldn't find an answer at the Firefox site.
>>> In the Win version,clicking on/in the URL area
>>> highlights/selects the whole text so typing in a new
>>> URL replaces the whole lot. I can't find a way
>>> to make the Linux version do the same thing.
>>> Any ideas, please?
>> Double-click in the URL area?
Yes, that does it.
> ...Or use the accelerators which are quicker. CTRL+L for address bar, CTRL+W
> to close tab, ALT+<Number> to navigate between tabs. All of this is much
> faster than the mouse. Speaking of which, consider mouse gestures too.
I guess you mean 'ckick and drag' to highlight a section of text? I've
been doing that, but some URLs get veeeeery looooong :-)
Thanks both - the difference between versions strikes me as odd, though.