julien.couvreur at gmail.com
Tue Apr 12 23:19:35 EDT 2005
On 4/12/05, Aaron Boodman <zboogs at gmail.com> wrote:
> Another pattern I like, especially for links or other clickable
> things, is listening for clicks instead of modifying the links.
> It's probably snappier, and I think way easier to read.
I like it to and actually re-wrote my "mailto: to Gmail" user script.
But then I found one reason to really not like it: because the link is
opened by a script, the user doesn't get the choice of opening in the
current tab, a new tab or a new window.
On the other hand, the link re-writing approach (that I reverted back
to) breaks some other features of Firefox, namely the context menu for
"Copy email address"...
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