[WSG] scribbles

2005-01-24 Thread designer
Hi All, I'm not 'doing a blog', but have started to put down some thoughts about various areas of this 'new philosophy' which have me (as a newcomer of only 4 months to 'standards') totally confused. The first endeavour concerns the classic - opening new windows. My scribbling can be seen at:

Re: [WSG] scribbles

2005-01-24 Thread Michael Cordover
Hi Bob, You make a good point. But the reason I don't use new windows isn't accesibility. It's an irritation at having new windows opened for me. Being a firefox user, I open in a new tab when I want to and in the current otherwise. People know what they want, generally, and are able to

RE: [WSG] scribbles

2005-01-24 Thread Josh Withrow
: [WSG] scribbles Hi Bob, You make a good point. But the reason I don't use new windows isn't accesibility. It's an irritation at having new windows opened for me. Being a firefox user, I open in a new tab when I want to and in the current otherwise. People know what they want, generally

Re: [WSG] scribbles

2005-01-24 Thread Carmelyne Thompson
A question to answer your question. Would you consider pop up windows as focus-stealing from a users point of view with regards to controlling his browsing environment? http://asktog.com/Bughouse/10MostPersistentBugs.html compiled by Bruce Tognazzini - Carmelyne Thompson designer wrote: Hi

RE: [WSG] scribbles

2005-01-24 Thread Martin J. Lambert
designer wrote: http://www.betasite.fsnet.co.uk/comment/scribblings.html On this page, you write: Of course you can use javascript to open a new window (onClick), but that isn't the point, is it? I think that's exactly the point, however. My understanding is that the W3C did not remove the

Re: [WSG] scribbles

2005-01-24 Thread Ben Curtis
I ... have started to put down some thoughts about various areas of this 'new philosophy' which have me (as a newcomer of only 4 months to 'standards') totally confused. The first endeavour concerns the classic - opening new windows. My scribbling can be seen at: