WWW.

  rdave13 21:15 03 Jun 05
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Why don't keyboard manufacturers produce a single key for"www.".
Save a lot of finger tapping over a lifetime..

  Arthur Scrimshaw 21:48 03 Jun 05

With IE you don't need to. Just type in the web address (eg pcadvisor.co.uk) and it will fill in the rest for you !

  Arthur Scrimshaw 21:51 03 Jun 05

actually that didn't work - does for a lot of sites though :D

  rdave13 21:52 03 Jun 05

Oh no! Thought about patenting my idea so I could make millions!

This means I'll still have to get up at 04:15 every morning untill I retire.

Sutch is life *****

  rdave13 21:54 03 Jun 05

Some hopes for my millions then?..lol

  Pooke 21:57 03 Jun 05

try this

if you just type the name eg google instead of www. google .com and hold in ctrl and hit enter it'll add the rest for you.

or if you hold shift and hit enter it'll do it with the .net appendix!

in firefox anyway

  rdave13 22:00 03 Jun 05

Surely it would be easier to have a one stroke key?

  Pooke 22:09 03 Jun 05

yeah but 2 ain't bad? anyway:

I have a logitech keyboard, media wired one and I just programmed a keystroke assignment to f11 for the above and it worked. typed in askjeeves pressed f11 and it filled in the rest of the address.

click here

  Totally-braindead 22:11 03 Jun 05

If you really want to add another button on to your PC may I recommend this instead click here

  rdave13 22:16 03 Jun 05

£14.72 is too expensive for a one stroke key.I would only charge a quid!

Totally-braindead, my "one stroke" would be useful?

  Pooke 22:20 03 Jun 05

then you'll have to make do with a 2 key command, totally-braindead that's the perfect thing for my missus......bookmarked the site to order one!

is the site legit?

thanks

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