when using internet explorer, you can use ctrl-1, ctrl-2, ctrl-3 etc to jump to specific tabs
and increase user flexibility by closing it and opening a different browser.
You'll be old one day
and the previous one with ctrl-shift-tab
'Jump' to the address bar.
But I use chrome for everything else.
but SURELY there are ways around it? I dunno. In my old work when I didn't have admin rights I could save the Chrome (or whatever) installation file to my network drive and install it there, worked okay!
WUB WUB WUB WUB
Firefox, right click> inspect element, on the top right on of the console window that pops up click the 3D box one.
but seems too much effort tbh
interesting, this one doesn't seem to work with the number pad. just the numbers at the top
*click on Mozilla or other browser*
takes to that that numbered tab in your browser, i.e. ctrl + 2 would take you to the second tab (if you have two tabs). Just found this out by mistake and thought you all would like to know.
as if i don't know that
watching them type something, stop, move their hand to the mouse, faff about getting the cursor on some other spot on the screen — or worse still, use the drop down menu! — and then put their hand back on the keyboard to start typing again MAKES ME WANT TO STAB THEM THROUGH THE HAND WITH A BIRO!!!!
*Shift-tab return to post this reply*
the guy who made it has created this godawful form. the fields on the form are in a different order than in the table it looks to so when you tab through fields on the form it jumps about all over the place. it's impossible to load stuff quickly (not to mention you HAVE to do it one at a time)
i hate that i look like THAT idiot. he's sat next to me and i just told him to change it. he just fucking smiled at me. he knows! he fucking knows what he's done!
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