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pc advisor links


johnnyrocker

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seem to open in same window, and what i want to ask is is it my pc or pcadvisor glitch?

johnny

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bremner

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Your browser settings

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johnnyrocker

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i wondered that but it was ok before the new pcadvisor?

johnny

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bremner

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What browser are you using

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johnnyrocker

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IE8 XP PRO and all updates

johnny

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bremner

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Try

Tools > Internet Options > General > Tabs > Settings >

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johnnyrocker

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i tried that and found a setting and rebooted but still the same?

johnny

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rdave13

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Doesn't work for me either. Using IE9 and tab settings correct. I just click on the link with the wheel of the mouse.

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lotvic

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I get the same even though Browser is set to open new tab, I now click on link with mouse wheel. Must be the new site, I don't have problem elsewhere on the Web.

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johnnyrocker

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it would seem i am not at fault for a change lol

johnny

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Sea Urchin

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I get the same here with no change to my settings.

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