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What are you talking about?
Authored by: Cormacolinde on May 06, '03 11:14:24AM

I don't know what web sites you navigate, but in the ones I use
(including Apple's GSX Service web site), pop-ups which I
trigger by clicking on them open correctly, with no problems.
The same with all other web sites.

Holding the CMD key down when you have tabbed browsing
enabled doesn't bypass pop-up blocking at all, it simply tells
Safari to open the link in a new tab, which by default is in the
background, or foreground if your tab browsing preferences are
set that way.

All in all, this hint makes no sense and gives incorrect
information. It's possible certain web sites are incorrectly
programmed and Safari doesn't recognize that as a correct user-
triggered pop-up, but this works fine in Safari as well as in
Mozilla as in Opera 7...



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