Garry Knight wrote:
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> The keyboard is faster, but not always. "Back", for example, being
>> ALT+left arrow, needs a second hand to be taken off the mouse.
> But Backspace is faster and requires only one keystroke.
At some stage, probably unconsciously, I developed the habit of always
opening links in new tabs (sometimes holding SHIFT down to focus on the
newly-opened tab). To go back, I either press CTRL+W or use the
RIGHT-LEFT-RIGHT mouse gesture (from Optimoz), both of which close the
The advantage of this approach is that you then have a stack of pages and
navigation is very quick.
Roy S. Schestowitz