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I know this is a very petty complaint but I a) was just curious if I was the only one, and :worried_anim: is there a reason for this. Lately, if I'm ever reading a thread and decide to hit the "back" button or back arrow, it jumps me to the last thread I read, not the forum I was in. For example, if I read the thread "CS3 icon" in the Graphics forum, then go and read "My New Site," once I hit back, it jumps me to the "CS3 icon" thread, not the Graphics forum. This may just be a Safari thing but I haven't tested on Firefox.

Thanks, kevin

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I have also noticed this. I'm not seeing this problem in Firefox, so I'm guessing it's a Safari issue.

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I only get that from Safari also :huh:

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Safari uses a different way to go back. It goes to the last place you were. In Firefox, it is a bit smarter. It uses the back button like Safari's "snapback" button in the address bar. If you hit that in Safari, then you will go back to the forum.

Edited by mr.mac, 24 January 2007 - 03:42 PM.


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Thanks for the reply mr.mac. I've noticed how Safari's way of going back works better in some cases, and worse in others.

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Moved as a Won't Fix bug.





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