On Wed, Dec 13, 2000 at 04:36:16PM +0100, Tino Schwarze wrote: > Look at Netscape's shortcuts, e.g. "Close Window". > - on Sun: ALT-W > - on Irix: CTRL-W (consistent with other Irix applications) > - on Linux: ALT-W > - on Windows: CTRL-W That's a legacy feature, caused by the Emacs lobby. In modern times the Emacs lobby is no longer all-powerful and this mis-feature became an option, so Emacs users can enable it and the rest of us can have a browser with common UI features across platforms. Mozilla by default works the same way as all my GNOME apps, the Gimp, and iirc KDE too. That's pretty consistent I think. The Emacs lobby will always push to make apps work like Emacs, we can accomodate them to a certain degree, but at the end of the day, Emacs is not a true GUI app, and that shows. Nick.