On Sat, 15 Oct 2005 08:28:24 +0200, Matthew Winn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
There's a real problem here, and that is that when
users ask for help doing something they don't expect the help to wipe
out whatever it is that they were doing. I don't know of _any_ other
product that thinks it can help by obliterating the very thing the user
needed help in doing. Even though Opera's help is implemented as a
set of web pages it should be treated differently from web pages and
loaded in a new window of its own.
Yes, I've always felt exactly the same as the OP on this one. Why on Earth
is help thrown over whatever it was you were doing?!? I've had to go back,
create a new window and *then* CTRL-B very often. And I've had the
"paste... huh? oh c**p!" thing many times as well.
Dear Opera: CTRL-B really should open a new page or window again - it used
to in the past IIRC, why not now?
Sorry about the munged address - too many viruses out there!