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Asked: Aug 10 '11 at 03:09

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Last updated: Aug 13 '11 at 05:38

Hey all you smart guys at IQ. It would be nice if the links we put in answer and other places opened in a new tab instead of replacing the IQ tab.If you know what I mean.It saves one from having to open or go back
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asked Aug 10 '11 at 03:09

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edited Aug 10 '11 at 06:33

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I don't see this as an issue for IQ. The way the site operates regarding hyperlinks is consistent with the vast majority of other internet websites. It's going to be confusing and annoying to many visitors to force a different standard.

As I see it, this is really about how you use your web browser. Most web browsers these days offer tabbed-browsing features. If you want to maintain your position on opening a link, just open up the link in a new tab.

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answered Aug 10 '11 at 06:33

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right click or not right click that is the question (Sorry Will S )

(Aug 10 '11 at 14:12) ursixx

If you are using Windows, just keep the CTRL key pressed while you click and it should open in a new tab

(Aug 12 '11 at 18:57) Simon Templeton ♦♦

thanks Simon, live and learn

(Aug 13 '11 at 05:38) ursixx
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