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Firefox Experiments With Keyboard Navigation
Contributed by: SHA, at 4/21/2005 06:35:00 PM.

Experimental builds of Firefox Web browser are trying out a new keystroke navigation system for skipping through links on a page, the Mozilla Foundation said Tuesday.
Experimental builds of Firefox Web browser are trying out a new keystroke navigation system for skipping through links on a page, the Mozilla Foundation said Tuesday.
The two special builds-- one for Windows, the other for Linux-- include a feature dubbed "spatial navigation" originally designed for browsing on a TV using a television remote controller.
Rather than point and click with the mouse, these Firefox builds let users apply the Shift and Alt keys, then one of the four cursor keys, to move to a nearby link on a Web page.


Source : InformationWeek


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