>Well, I didn’t catch up today like I’d planned. But I have a good excuse; I know own a new computer. NOt only a new computer, but a whole new operating system!
I haven’t learned to use all of it, but it’s shareware, so you can use it free for 30 non-consecutive days, with ALL features intact, before you have to purchase a license to keep it working. The developer of the software really *listens* to his users, through his discussion group, and makes changes based on the feedback he receives, and is single-handedly the most responsive tech guy I’ve ever seen.
Excellent customer service, unique, matchless product… and a discount. What’s not to love?
So I looked. And lo and behold… there was. 20 seconds, and I’m drawing boxes around massive numbers of links in the nano forums and opening them in new tabs. WITHOUT having to click each individually.
That is awesome. you think it up…someone probably has, and made an add-on for it for Firefox. That’s the power of open-source. Stable, powerful, and flexible. I refuse to use Microsoft products if I have any choice. Heck, if I didn’t have the programs I do for Microsoft OSes only, I’d switch to Linux completely, too.