And what's this all about? I also appreciate that repeated requests for a feature can be annoying for a developer, but surely that tells you the option should be enabled by default? It's hardly prudent to drop a one-liner that effectively has the implied word "idiot" at the end of it, when people have perfectly valid complaints. If I'm browsing a forum, and I'm looking at new post 5 of 20, why on earth would I want a link to break my forum browsing? And why would I expect or even assume that right-clicking is the right way to achieve this, when it was already a feature on PHPBB 2.x, and every other forum package out there? Please make this a toggle option in the ACP - you could probably count the number of PHPBB users who actually care about full XHTML compliance for a forum, on just a couple of hands. In this case at least, XHTML compliance = usability fail. It's a golden rule, and pretty high on the list at that. There is rarely a situation where it makes sense for external links to open in the same tab, and this is doubly appropriate for pages destined for full-scale browsers.stevemaury wrote:rightclick
Pardon me for having this problem, but I'm not sure I get it.alienman wrote:I checked out the KB link just now.
I'm completely baffled by the fact that I'm unable to find this in my includes/functions_content.php
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$html = "$whitespace<!-- $tag --><a$class href=\"$url\">$text</a><!-- $tag -->$append";
NEVER MIND!!!! Sorry to waste your time with this stupid post.
Do you mean you are having the same problem?RRManager wrote:...
Pardon me for having this problem, but I'm not sure I get it.
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"$whitespace<!-- $tag --><a$class href=\"$url\">$text</a><!-- $tag -->$append";