Open in New Tab, Standard Toolbar, and Right click - Print Preview

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by JonOkinawa, Feb 1, 2006.

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    JonOkinawa Guest

    I have, legally, been testing IE7 since it was first made available for msdn
    download. I really liked the option to right click on a link and select 'Open
    in New Tab'. I just installed IE7 Beta 2 Preview, that option no longer
    appears. where did it go?

    I would also, again, like the ablilty to move the Standard Buttons toolbar.
    This toolbar appears to have been locked down in IE7 Beta 2 Preview.

    Finally I liked the ability to right click and get the 'Print Preview' option.

    Maybe these could be added as options under Tools > Internet Options >

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    JonOkinawa, Feb 1, 2006
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    Leith Guest

    I agree, the help page for tabs mentions this but it has gone.

    maybe a MS developer accidentally deleted it?

    also moving the toolbar would be nice, as well as being able to move the
    address and search bar!
    Leith, Feb 1, 2006
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    JonOkinawa Guest

    I have found that I can at least adjust the 'standard toolbar' by right
    clicking and deselecting 'lock position'. It can be stretched or shrunk, but
    not moved.
    JonOkinawa, Feb 1, 2006
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    Chuck Baker Guest

    I just download IE7 beta2 today "5:00PM CT" and I have been reading the
    posts. and I ran across this one and I wanted to test it out.

    So I went to my site: and in my nav links I right
    clicked on a link and i got the menu and the "Open in new tab" was the second
    from the top. So there might have been a new revision in beta2 that just came
    Chuck Baker, Feb 1, 2006
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